Exploring issues of deprivation Karen Robinson Smith's figurative sculptural works focus upon themes of oppression and confinement. Questioning identity, each piece is a personal narrative addressing common life experiences. Her work uses figurative forms worked in the traditional bronze casting method to reflect upon contemporary social issues. Referencing the gender imbalance which still casts a shadow across Christians today, she explores oppression and the mental scars it leaves behind.
This body of work reveals the female human form exploited and scarred yet triumphant in spirit.
'Of Mice and Woman' $3,500
'Defaced I' $1,500
all works bronze and stainless steel
All works suitable for indoors or outdoors. Marine grade stainless steel has been used. All works are 1 of 1. No copies have been made