Spider by Louise Bourgeois
The runaway girl escapes life to seek what she has lost. She has a fear of falling, fear of hanging in there, fear of failing, and a childhood with a tyrannical father. She is private and fiery all at the same time.
“I was in effect a runaway girl. I was a runaway girl who turned out all right.”—Louise Bourgeois
Mix it up. That’s Why Girl’s secret to creating a fresh approach to her surroundings. It’s eye-dazzling and humorous to juxtaposition two unlikely objects.
Concoct “Adam and Eve,” a fine-arts painting by Martin Lubner.
Martin Lubiner’s “Adam and Eve” and 50s Kitsch
with 50s soft porn ceramics of human figures. Mix it up. Combine art unexpectedly. Create something new visually. Voila! And there you have it!
Why Girl Style.
After working together for many months, Why Girl finally met Mel Dominguez in person.
Our one-on-one conversation was fabulous—what a voluminous creative mind and a gigantic sense of being alive. Note the photo. It’s a recently completed mullti-media canvas depicting the 2005 Hurricane Katrina.
Mel Dominguez, artist