Mirror Mirror

Mirror

Mirror Mirror

Acrylic paint, mirror backed glass, wood.
Height 78 cm x 69 cm

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Q.     Miroir, miroir sur le mur,
         qui est le plus beau de tous les . . ?

A.     Je sais que ce . . 
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       “Love me tender, love me true,
       I am a mirror, a mirror of you.”

Vanity, like this Mirror can be risqué. An over active Ego can be hide insecurity. The reassurance a glance in it gives us before we depart. Mirror Mirror is a portrait of you. Who are you! Do you look in the mirror for a mirror of you!

I found the wooden frame in the street late one night. It had been thrown out and was leaning against a wall. I took it home with me. It hangs out in the kitchen here.

Elements are chosen for their symbolic values and use language, structural linguistics, as a model, as does the Mirror.

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