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framed dimension: 35 x 42 in.
"In these works, it would be easy to jump to contemporary art critical concerns and conclusions around voyeurism - the artist's and ours - or to summarily dismiss the works as the objectification of a female subject by a male artist. Experience tells me, however, that no painting is ever painted with a single brush. So instead, I reflect on these quotidian moments and themes of domesticity, work, and leisure and compare them to such moments in my own life."
Jennifer Pazienza, 2021 from The (Un)certainty of Seeing, The Paintings of Stephen Scott