"Life is a Gas" has been hung at Frank Brockman Gallery in Brunswick, Maine. This lovely gallery at 68 Maine Street has an incredible space on its third floor. The bones of the building stand out. The walls are worn. This offers an excellent canvas for my works from the "Antoinette Gasmask" series and Jessica Beebe's "Last One Standing" series.
Together these works and this space offer a circular story line about being female in a misogynist culture. It offers up the defeat of living in a world with microaggressions like the drone on a white noise: you do not realize it is there until it is gone.
Antoinette Gasmask Study
ink and watercolor
Information and questions can be found and directed at both artists' respective facebook pages:
Bridget McAlonan: https://www.facebook.com/inventingtrees
Jessica Beebe: https://www.facebook.com/thestapeliacompany