Romy Aura Maloon
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Epiphany is Not a Blazing Light

Titled after the Martín Espada poem of the same name, Epiphany is Not a Blazing Light explores the ways in which living and dying are not borne of grand epiphany, are comprised instead of earthbound exchanges and interventions. I am exploring our inability to control or domesticate mortality through ornamentation, material exploration, and wild animal imagery. 

Hospital Bed, charred wood, metal, bedding, live birch tree

Red Coyote 1 & 2, synthetic flowers, plastic, towing chain, acrylic paint

They Kissed Her Shadow As She Walked Past, 1-6. fabric, towing chain, boer bones

Head with Roses, Head with Bees, Head with Roses 2, ceramic, paint, bed of synthetic flowers

REVIEWS:
Doom and Bloom: Romy Aura Maloon at Beep Beep Gallery

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