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    I am working on a series of painted skulls. Up to this point, my work has been void of representations of actual bodies of any sort, abstracted s… Read More
    I am working on a series of painted skulls. Up to this point, my work has been void of representations of actual bodies of any sort, abstracted spaces have been introduced alone to be digested and completed with the bodies of viewers. I’m continuing work on the series “Feel it in my Bones” and I still want to take these concepts further exploring abstracted landscapes and patterns on the surface of bone. Up until now, my work has been made on canvas, wood, or boards, so to explore the application of paint onto 3 dimensional spaces and onto something that was once alive is really exciting. Read Less
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Feel it in my bones was a solo show that was displayed in Fayetteville,AR at both Onyx and The Shed. 
The show was featured in Idle Class magazine. At the show, I was interviewed by NWA art talk. Read the full interview and more about this show here: http://nwaarttalk.com/2014/09/24/5w-ashley-cane/