Artwork copyright Mary Cornish-Hicks. Photo courtesy of the artist.
Body Language #2 - Leather, 1990
(American, born 1950)
Location: Connell High School, Connell
ABOUT THE ARTWORK
Body Language #2 - Leather is a figurative painting by artist Mary Cornish-Hicks. It is part of her 'Body Language' series that present the human figure without showing the subject's face. Instead, the composition suggests an attitude while leaving its meaning open to the viewer. What does this figure's body language mean to you?
This artwork was acquired for the State Art Collection in partnership with North Franklin School District.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Virginia-based artist Mary Cornish-Hicks is a native of Washington State. She notes, "My art has always been a constant positive experience throughout my life. If you can satisfy something within yourself, or you can genuinely give others a sense of satisfaction through your art, that's all you can ask of yourself as an artist."
Cornish-Hicks was born in Colfax, Eastern Washington, and grew up in Bremerton on Puget Sound, Western Washington. She studied at the Northwest College of Art.
|Material Category||Painting - paint on fabric|
|Medium||Oil paint on canvas|
|Dimensions||24 in x 30 in|
|Acquisition Method||Direct purchase|
|Artist Location||Virginia, United States|
|Agency||North Franklin School District|
|Artwork Location||Connell High School|
Science Classroom #20
|Site Type||Public School|
|Address||1100 W Clark St.|
Connell, WA 99326
|Geo. Coordinates||46.662945, -118.872683|
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