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Worrisome Watercolors
The Sara Holbert 'Flocking 2011' Series Captures Distressed Dolls in Frames


By: Emily Evans (Star) Jun 7, 11
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The thought of mixing dolls with morbid imagery sounds a bit far-fetched, but the Sara Holbert ‘Flocking 2011’ Series manages to do just that. Through mixing child-like dolls with less child-friendly features like bloody hands, and deers with bullet holes, Holbert’s kooky pieces of art are definitely creating buzz!

These paintings were created by Holberytfor the “POP Femme Sugar Coated Strange Group Show 2011,” according to the Behance Network. The artist herself is also quoted on the aforementioned art website as saying, “I wanted to capture motion and turmoil, yet a paradoxical acceptances in the still ladies. “

The Sara Holbert ‘Flocking 2011’ Series certainly does capture turmoil and establish an interesting medley of childish charm and morbid fascinations.



Source: behance.net
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