Fire Woman burns down illusion. She comes to us when our thoughts dwell in the house of our made up stories of being too young, too old, too busy, or too anything. She has no more time for excuses, denial, or apologies and is done hiding in the dark shadows of the patriarchal domestication she has been indoctrinated into. She is here to burn that house down with the brilliance of her white-hot blaze.
In the light of her flame we are reminded of who we are: artist, poet, lover, witch. She who is mad, magic, powerful, sexual, playful, and wild. She who rages in the face of authority, shunning social norms, dispelling cultural myths, passionately moaning with life's pleasure, shamelessly communing with her soul, unapologetically devoted to love and truth, and naming herself for herself.
Print size: 8x10
Please note that the watermark will not appear on your print.
This is an archival pigment print made on Canson Baryta Photographique Paper: an acid-free, thick and luscious, museum quality paper with a gorgeous satin finish and aesthetic of original darkroom Baryta papers.
Printed with a border for easy matting, your print will arrive to you signed and dated.
Ships flat in a protective acid free biodegradable sleeve atop recyclable cardboard for maximum protection.