I am interested in the everyday. The mundane. And I look for beauty in these moments. Part of this is my experience with having kids. The repetition. The routine. The thousands of lunches packed and faces wiped. There is a common thread that all mothers have in these experiences, but also a true unique quality to these spaces in our lives. In my current pieces I'm exploring how we navigate the restraints often felt while in the trenches of motherhood and the contrasting energies of stasis and and comfort these borders bring. How does this impact the way we engage with our environment and each other?
aestone, “Alice Stone-Collins,” Artist Parent Index , accessed March 2, 2021, http://www.artistparentindex.com/items/show/481.
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