The Apocalypse Nude Series is inspired by an image of Juliet looking off her balcony, intended to encapsulate my experience of quarantine.

I lean over the railing with a voyeuristic gaze. The time it’s been since I experienced the feeling of community has long surpassed what I once expected. A new reality I was sure to be temporary has actualized into my life. And I am confronted with a conceptual window between me and the world.

I gaze over the rail with longing for the day where I may depart from isolation and join my solitude with yours.” – Marcia Bianchi

Details: Oil on Wood Panel, Signature on the Back

Dimensions: 8 x 10 x 1.5 inches

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About this Artist

Through the use of oil paints and a nude palette, I create figurative pieces with a hint of abstraction. My works are focused on the female form, inspired by both, the living woman, and also, the rigid sculpture. As a simple concept, self-care is often overlooked. I aim to address this lack, by creating pieces that reflect my interpretation of beauty. I find that beauty is not only the movement of the body, but also, the stillness of the mind. By bringing sculpture into the subject matter, I create a juxtaposition of movement and stillness, stop and go, life and death. In this way, my paintings intend to nurture the viewer — they bear the pause from which we cultivate the strength to continue moving.