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It almost seems possible to hear the call of the spar-row
depicted in the work of the same name. The subject
in the foreground is a vibrant, real-life representative of
the common bird everyone knows. The M.C. Escher-like
background serves as a further distraction from the hand
grenade egg in the nest.
In this work, which is more confrontational than her
other pieces, Perry shows the sparrow is an invasive spe-cies.
Aggressive and dominant, they push other species’
eggs out of the nest and take over. An aspect of Perry’s
thinking was that one screaming bird in a nest can sud-denly
become a background full of birds, an avian armada.
Invasive Species: Sparrow Wars, 12 x 24 inches, acrylic on
Genetic Mutation Series: Jelly Bunny, 16 x 11 inches,
mixed media on paper.
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5 inches by 7 inches
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Handmade ceramic sculptural
Approximately 5 inches
by 7½ inches by 5 inches
“Water Lily” by Angie Sinclair, 18 x 24 inches, oil on canvas.
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