SHROUDED

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Dedicated to all those who lost their battle with Covid-19.

2020 dawned under the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic. Seven months in and we are still not out of danger. While some businesses have begun to open, many have not. Several never will. The long-range repercussions of lost lives, lost jobs, and extended isolation have yet to be felt.

View the video of SHROUDED here.

I started working on SHROUDED in late February.Shrouded - Painting 3

Shrouded -painting 1The plaster core is painted with latex paint and four layer of marine polyurethane.

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20200521_164825The next step was landscaping the installation site and putting in plants.

20200606_173546There are red and black tiles around the sculpture and ten pounds of glass stones.20200606_173540

Over time, the plants will envelope the sculpture, enrobing in in a natural shroud.

SHROUDED

But Not Forgotten

 

About A. L. Kaplan

I am a writer, artist, and parent.
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4 Responses to SHROUDED

  1. “Shrouded But Not Forgotten” — beautiful, Amy!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Thank you for turning horror into art…

    Like

  3. A. L. Kaplan says:

    You are very welcome. It was the only way I could deal with what’s going on.

    Like

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