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THE CAPTURED WOMAN

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This piece of work by Spanish artist Luz de la Calle was created after one of the Corona-based lockdowns, in a period of time in which we all experienced hard times locked behind the doors of our own four walls. With this piece of artwork, Luz wanted to place some consciousness into the fact that there are many people who are delimited by health problems, and these people also need our help. The moth symbolically represents the confinement – like with clothing that’s been hanging a good long while in the dresser and has been chewed away by moths. The double skin displays how this protective shroud, and the most fragile layer of the person, are unveiled.

About the author:

Luz de la Calle hails from Pedrajas de San Esteban, Valladolid. The multi-disciplined artist studied at the Escuela de Arte Superior de Valladolid, then began airbrushing at the atelier of Juanjo Barón. She also took a course held by Marissa Oosterlee. She’s been airbrushing for more than 10 years, has actively taught the discipline of airbrushing, has participated in the European Art Project as a representative of Spain and Turkey, has worked on all sorts of editorial publications, and has won a number of competitions with her realistic airbrush portraits. She’s currently working as a fashion and print designer, and is entering the world of tattoos, although she continues to conduct her own works with the airbrush as her chief tool. Her preferred creations are portraits of women, both those who exist or who she creates of her own accord so as to be able to express her own views and concerns. In doing so, she most enjoys making use of her favorite form of artistic expression, the airbrush.

www.behance.net/luzdelacallearts – Instagram: @luzdelacalleart

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