Conceal to Reveal Identity

Conceal to Reveal Identity - ways of expressing ones self by reserving or enlightening aspects that people observe as ones identity; when in retrospect, ones identity can be defined in many other forms. It's not always what we see first hand but what we perceive beneath the surface.
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Anahata - Papaya Art

Portraits de voyage - The book of Stephanie Ledoux

"Newspaper Girl" - Portraits de voyage - The book of Stephanie Ledoux by Stephanie Ledoux on Etsy★♥★

Do this with photography, double exposure 'freddie' by NYC mixed media artist Veronica Leto. ACEO x in. This very interesting image took lots of research to locate! via evey in orbit on Etsy

Fine Art Print of Original Mixed-Media Encaustic Painting- Laundry on Lines: always remember this place

Artist Janet Nechama Miller completes encaustic paintings (layers of wax mixed with oil paint). Far below these wax layers, the original ground can be seen peeking through.

mixed media

background: colored map strips spaced apart on top of text, copy, then print BW photo image on copied page Interesting background texture idea.

Jill Ricci…mixed media http://www.jillricci.com/wp/

Jill Ricci Miss Rhode Island Giclee on Stretched Canvas - x by Kings Wood Art on

Identity

This is such a memorable image , but can't quite 'put my FINGER ' on why it is so memorable ? ( lol ) - Lovely piece joking ass-side though:

identity art project

'Hidden Identity' Final Foundation Project outcomes by Michelle Robb, via…

The smARTteacher Resource: Face Your Pockets. Based on work by Timur Akhmetov, a twist on the concept of "Self Portraiture". Students empty their pockets or purses onto a scanner, add their face or hand, and click "SCAN"...

The smARTteacher Resource: Face Your Pockets. Based on work by Timur Akhmetov, a twist on the concept of "Self Portraiture". Students empty their pockets or purses onto a scanner, add their face or hand, and click "SCAN".


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Black and white - woman and fox - Jenny Scobel - figurative - painting

The Taxidermist (II) 2006 graphie and wax on gessoed wooden panel by Jenny Scobel

Jenny Scobel was born in 1955 in Ohio and now lives and works in New York City

Edouard Martinet -- a French artist who transforms everyday objects into works of art by sculpting them into various animals and insects.

Metal-morphosis: artist takes scrap metal and makes amazing steampunky, metallic bugs and creatures

Las esculturas de metal de Edouard Martinet | FuriaMag | Arts Magazine

Las esculturas de metal de Edouard Martinet | FuriaMag | Arts Magazine

by Edouard Martinet / sculpteur http://web.me.com/edouard.martinet/Edouard-Martinet/Bienvenue.html

Edouard Martinet’s Metal Animals Sculptures

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