Thinking about her
"Thinking about her" by Louise Hapton is an "Of does and men" original sculpture.
"Of does and men (ODAM)" is Louise Hapton’s most iconic painting and sculpture series. In an anthropomorphic world where cruelty is the prom queen, rabbits, mice, cats, elephants and turtles hate living with each other and say it out loud. Maybe too loud sometimes… Indeed, "Of does and men" is nothing but an attempt to exit the artist’s own internal violence through her funny vision of society. The series recently evolved to not only denounce but also observe tenderly does and rabbits' behaviour.
In "Thinking about her", Louise Hapton deals with the discovery of sexuality and love during childhood. This young doe is thinking about her school crush whom she loves passionately but never dared to tell her. At night, before bed, she thinks about her and a funny feeling tickles her and warms her. She doesn't know exactly why, but when she humps in a certain way against her Teddy Bear she feels good. This young doe is named Lily. Lily is discovering two things: what sexuality is, and what loving another girl feels like. Indeed, the artist shows how she discovered her own sexuality very early.
Technique: Painted polymer clay, doll bed.
Size: Length x Width x Height =
Signed original sculpture by Louise Hapton
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