STEPHANIE SARLEY

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“I love discovering new ways of looking at fruit. At the grocery store, i’m not just salaciously shopping for produce but for art supplies. I’m reimagining materials, using fruit as a medium. Symbolism is heavily used in my work for example milk represents fertility, maternity, and secretion. Fruit fingering symbolizes self love and discovery, blood oranges are menstruation and intimacy. Razors convey betrayal and secrecy while pins and nails deal with anger and personal pain. Cherries act as a wound but also historically symbolize beauty and sexuality.”                      – Stephanie Sarley

Ripe, 2017