Intimate, contemporary, private and public, fragile, beautiful, present. The modern woman is often difficult to describe in a single word, but artist Caroline Walls has found a way explore the multifaceted ideas of womanhood through art. Inspired by the fluidity and movement of the female form, and drawing upon concepts of gender and sexuality, Walls’s paintings are imbued with a sensitivity and strength that inform each woman, rendered in muted hues offset with deep blues and blacks. From November 8 at Saint Cloche gallery in Sydney’s Paddington, Walls will present a selection of her works in her third solo exhibition, Maybe She, a continuation of the artist’s study of femininity and its continued evolution. Maybe She will be on display through November 19.
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