Lovesick - I (Heart) Art Series
Lovesick - I (Heart) Art Series
Lovesick - I (Heart) Art Series
Lovesick - I (Heart) Art Series
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Lovesick - I (Heart) Art Series

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Laser print on archival photo paper

 

This piece entitled Lovesick is part of a series called I (Heart) Art.

The heart symbol is an ideograph that dates back to 5th century B.C., was inspired by the shape of the fruit of the Silphium plant, and somehow became a representative symbol for love. I have always found it strange that the heart is the part of the human body that gets credit for feeling strong emotions, like love, because love is actually a result of a chemical reaction in the brain.

This series explores the feelings and emotions that are associated with the heart, such as love, heartbreak, pain, sadness, longing and lust. These emotions are not tangible, and they have no physical form to reference; they are simply feelings, and so I have taken artistic liberties to imagine what certain emotions would look like if they could be represented visually.

This mixed media series celebrates the contrast between the hard lines of the illustration and the fluid forms of the paint, but also the misconception and misrepresentation that exists in our understanding of emotions coming from the heart - an organ that simply pumps blood throughout our body to keep us alive.  

 

 

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This print is available for pickup in downtown Hamilton, but is also small enough to ship. After purchasing the artist will reach out to you to arrange either pickup or shipping. Please use the Contact page for any inquiries about shipping or pickup options. (Frame is not included.)

*This is a print from an original work by Tania LaCaria, it is a duplicate of an original illustration.