“If her sister climbs, she climbs. If her sister makes a face, she makes a face. If her sister says something, she says the exact same thing.”
3RD ST 63 AVE by Luz Orozco, Acrylic paint and colored pencil on black paper
"I immigrated to the United States in 2001 when I was four years old and this was the first house we lived in… Since I was so small I don’t have a clear memory of this house so I asked my mom and I used photos to make a series of this first home. Using my mom’s memory, mine, and photos, I created a new version of what this house was like. The flat colors and empty spaces represent my basic memory and how I could never fully understand what this home meant to the rest of my family."
Education gallery abstract (at Brooklyn Museum)
Available at the show: “My Eyes Are Up Here” (veils included)
uglygirlsclub - we must make you this crown
A french twist with my Elemental Child Nuit crown.