Jenny Liz Rome explora los temas de la feminidad, la naturaleza animal y la moda surrealista

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El trabajo de la ilustradora independiente Jenny Liz Rome está respaldado por piezas magníficas en su portafolio. Desde el sur de Ontario, Liz crea dinámicas imágenes de moda inspiradas en la fauna silvestre, las mujeres modernas de estilo clásico y de la forma femenina.
Jenny Liz Rome utiliza técnicas mixtas, creando imágenes a partir de una combinación de fotografía y dibujos a lápiz. La propia artista dice que su trabajo difumina la línea entre los modos clásicos y modernos de la creación y ofrece a menudo «los temas de la feminidad, la naturaleza animal y la moda surrealista». La combinación monocromática de líneas y texturas crean un vivo retrato, donde las flores y las mujeres se yuxtaponen en contra de la presencia impactante de las bestias indomables.

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ENG: The female form has been penned to paper for centuries, artists just can’t seem to get enough of the curves of a beautiful woman. Illustrator Jenny Liz Rome’s modern but abstract vision encapsulates such leading ladies, where she fuses her own photography with found images, taking fragments of the female form and weaving them together to make a whole. Fashionable, yet quite primal in a way, her characters linger with a brazen sensuality.
Sporting eyepatches, big bows, crowns, and the latest trends, Jenny Liz Rome’s fashion- forward portraits often reflect her personal desire to break through in the industry. The Ontario-based artist has already collaborated with the likes of Marie Claire and Halo and now has her sights set on bigger things.
Jenny Liz Rome: It started about three years ago. Before focusing on women, I was mainly making work that focused on wildlife. The “Ladies Of The Flies” series was kind of a segue from animal-inspired works to my current girls. I like the idea of girl/wildlife hybrids, and this is often a theme in my work. I just finished a series called “The Garden Girls”.These ladies have herbs growing from their heads, like hats, and their skin is turning green. Working with girls and fashion as subject matter is endless fun. So many weird possibilities.
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