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Photo print of 3D model. Named for the three volcanoes on the Western horizon of Albuquerque known as the Three Sisters, this abstract landscape is created from 3 real bodies nestled up together. Do you see a head? How about two more? Shoulders? A hip? Do you know what it feels like to spoon someone and want to stay there, cradled for as long as mountains last? Volcanoes share an underground flow even as they appear to be individuals above ground. What a beautiful metaphor for relationships that come in threes.
This piece is from the Bodies in 360 landscapes series so the sizes come in 3, 4 and 5 feet long. Sizes we can relate to with our own bodies. All of the optional materials are selected for the quality of illumination and contrast with the black, with minimal reflection. This piece should feel like it is glowing on your walls in whatever light you put it in.
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