Ellen Greene
"Invisible Mother's Milk" was made during 2011-2012 and shown at Packer Schopf Gallery in Chicago. This work began with an attraction into what seems like disparate visual expressions, everything from tattoo, fashion, vintage photography and comparative mythology. I was looking for representations of motherhood and wether those images aligned with a personal truth that grew out of experiencing motherhood. The end result is exhibition with a mash up aesthetic. Photographs, painted vintage gloves, fabric, paper, and wax all created new representations that expresses my experiences as a wife, mother, an artist, a rebel and a tattooed woman.

My work can be purchased here:

Packer-Schopf Gallery in Chicago IL
Link here: Packer Schopf Gallery

Yard Dog Gallery in Austin TX
Link here: Yard Dog Gallery

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