Flower Picker (Yellow Rose and Lily of the Valley) (Blue Bell)

Las Vegas-based artist Aaron Cowan has a knack for exposing sincere and powerful implications from his poetic found-object sculptures. Working with themes of masculinity and patriarchy, Cowan pairs violence with tenderness, the rugged with the soft, rendering traditionally tough materials into gestures of vulnerability that offer not only understanding, but also question spheres of culture that promote toxic hierarchies among men.

Purchased by Spiegelworld for Superfrico’s Artery collection.

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