Portraits in Dreamscape
Lynne St Clare Foster, Artist
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The visiting artist and adjunct professor of illustration at Pratt Institute at Brooklyn was in Kuala Lumpur to exhibit her works, some 20 portraits depicted in a dreamlike state. While several of her works are dark--like the one of her son with two bombs falling into the sides of his head--most in this collection are light and whimsical. Like women with cupcakes and wedding cakes on their heads. Foster reveals what she strives for in her art and also on her most recent project, capturing women.
Produced by: Lim Soon Heng
Presented by: Lim Soon Heng
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Categories: Film, Visual Arts
Tags: portraits as psychological symbols, illustrations, mixed media art, visual art, Front Row, The Bigger Picture,