Wheat Field with Cypresses

Jillian Dickson

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Jillian Dickson

Title

Underwear

Medium

Colorpencil

Year

2018

L (in)

17

H (in)

17

Price

$1300

Artwork Details

The reality of women’s underwear seems to be one big dirty secret. The American public is exposed to a single type of women’s underwear, the sexy and the cute. These garments are stringy, lacy, silky and well hated by the vagina. The truth is, many women’s underwear is roomy, made of cotton, and filled with years of period stains. The “underwear” drawing series attempts to take these daily garments out of hiding and describe them as sacred in its golden frames and beautiful in the luscious detailing.

Artist Bio

Jillian received her BFA from Bradley University in 2005 and her MFA from Clemson University in 2007. She is an internationally exhibited artist. In the summer of 2015, Jillian participated in the ArtVenice project which is a digital presentation of her work along side other international artist taking place the first week of the 56th Venice Biennale in the centre of Castello. In 2012, Jillian represented La Galerie Particulier in the Drawing Now Exhibition held at the Louvre in Paris. Her work has been exhibited throughout the United States, including: Swarm Gallery in Oakland California, Thinkspace Gallery in Culver City, California, Antler Gallery in Portland, Oregon, and the Urban Institute of Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Jillian's art has been included in publications such as, "The international Drawing Annual", "Hi-Fructos" and "Juxtapoz."

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