Venice Girl I

(60 x 30 cm, oil on French Oak marouflage)

Price: on request

Giclée: not available

Frame: Gold Leaf on wood

With her mask she shows her fear for disclosing her core and her inner beauty. She even covers her breasts with her hands to protect herself. She is not scared for her core, but for the current society which is hard. Like so many people, she is also trapped in the rush of the hours and external duties and, by this, she lost the contact with her essence. She doesn't want to get physical and mental damage as some of her friends, like diseases provoked by stress such as heart-attack, cancer, depression and burn-out. She struggles by being herself and now she realizes that it is time to change.