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Slightly disorientated disenchanted she wakes.


Kim Celona


Surveying her surroundings with a lingering longing


belonging eye.


Comfort is here though. no.


not really.


Awareness rises as does she.


by Kim Celona Profilic Artist & Writer


“Hole-water” Divine Providence explores the concept of finding oneself and where you belong, in the sense of physical, spiritual and emotional spaces. The female form is juxtaposed within an urban setting of abandoned or construction sites. The female is being guided by Divine Providence; searching, discovering and learning how to manifest her own place within this very opposing space.


The construction of this series is mixed media, beginning with photographic images, which I took around construction and abandoned urban sites in Providence, RI. The photographs were layered with drawing and painting materials, then finally, encased in a layer of resin. This method contains both additive and subtractive processes.


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