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VALERIE EWERT

Women at Work
Fall Exhibition 2004

Bio
b. San Diego 1972
self trained artist

Series Commentary

The subject matter in this series depicts women at work, both professional and domestic. The subject matter is intended to inspire dialog about what we consider "work".

In "America's Backyard", the MidWestern grandmother holds the child, scanning the horizon. Although a storm is gathering, she is no stranger to adverse weather. Her calm pose implies that even after a long day's work, preparation nature itself has the final say.

One of the most important aspects of any field of work is effective communication. "White Noise" shows that what we communicate is just as essential as how we communicate. The receiving end of communication is illustrated in "My Real Scorched". How messages are received is entirely dependent on the audience. Listening and watching what is being performed is the gateway to understanding.

Once information is taken in, the option presents itself to either ignore/forget it or to sit and contemplate it. The figure modeling on the beach in "Visage Breaks my Cloud" can be imagined doing either of those things.

At the end of the day, how wonderful it is to come home and share the comfort found nowhere else. "And How Was Your Day" shows the work of caring for one another is as crucial as any paid occupation.

How many times have you realized that it's time to get going, only to be tempted in a game of marbles?

Sure. Plenty of time!

My Real Scorched

2004
Color Pencil on Vellum
11" x 17"
and how was your day?

2004
Color Pencil on Vellum
11" x 17"
Visage Breaks My Cloud

2004
Color Pencil on Vellum
11" x 17"
White Noise

2004
Color Pencil on Vellum
11" x 17"
America's Backyard

2004
Color Pencil on Vellum
11" x 17"

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