My form explored through 3D art.

I explore feminine identity through various 3D art forms.

 

 

in my brokenness,

my vessel cracked

andhurting,

I felt helpless

battered

squashed

waxen.

I tried to cover

my shape

with your

fashion

and expectations.

I searched

formyself

underneath it all.

what I found was my uniqueness.

oh what a long song-journey it was.

now I embrace

my floralform

fe-me-nine

complexities

humour

earthiness

andgold

there is

no-one

like me.

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Morag, photo by Derek Noffke

 

If you are wanting to be creative and to express your thoughts or feelings through visual images you can use anything at hand fig: 1 and 2, I used broken shards of crockery, bread dough and plastic; fig 3, I used a squashed soda can and paper collage; fig 4, 5 and 6, I carved images from blocks of soap; fig 7, is balloons and paper mache; fig 8, is a leaf and a twig spray-painted gold and fig 9, is wire and paper. You too can look around your home or surroundings for everyday objects to use in creating something that represents something else which you want to portray or express.

Maybe you would like to try it out; let me know how it goes. It doesn’t have to be about your body it could be how you feel about Covid 19 or any other thing that comes to mind.

Take care – Life is a gift !

 

If you want to read the sequence of events from the beginning you can find them here:

FirstΒ  Discovering I had cancer

second Meeting my surgeon

third The question was: One breasts or two

Forth Facing my fear of surgery

Fifth I am on fire: breast surgery recovery

Sixth Why me, Cancer, why me?

Seventh Breast reconstruction

Eighth Bilateral mastectomy’s sexual challenge

ninth My form explored through 3D art

25 thoughts on “My form explored through 3D art.

  1. Those are such unique and interesting ways of expressing your feelings. I think though, if you look at yourself in the picture your husband took, you will see how he and others see you. Beautiful and photogenic.

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