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Socially Commune Portraiture

​​Wherein I present a body of work as a critique of those portraits of alienation. They are immigrants, workers, painters, neighbors, and people on the streets. Their commonality transcends economic status and ethnic background. They are equally represented. It is not a piece about individuals but rather a conglomerate of individuals with 65 head portraits and 10 full portraits put together as an installation.

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