Artist Alayna Coverly paints fabric-draped figures as a way of exploring domestic themes like the protection of home spaces as well as the presence and absence — connection and disconnection — between those closest to us. As she explains:
“The consumption of the figure by the fabric relates back to the figure being hidden, while simultaneously holding a presence. Through my work I show the complexity of intimate attachments, the give and take needed to cultivate relationships.”
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