The dress from is such an elegant representation of the female form. It has a quiet feminine dignity that’s removed enough from the flesh and blood version to offer a depersonalized platform from which to make a statement. I particularly love this tattered, antique dress form that I photographed above as you can see her scars of age and the metal bones of her inner core. There is such an austere, worn beauty to her I may paint her as a straight portrait.
ALWAYS A KEEN EYE FOR THE VINTAGE & POSSIBILITY——PROBABILITY.
APPLAUD FEMALENESS IN ANY FORM.