I Just Said That by Mazcan
I Just Said That
Acrylic on canvas (origainal)
Description of piece:
Ideas from women can be overlooked only to be said back to them. This can occur in everyday conversation or in the workplace. It can give a negative idea of self or that a women must speak louder just to be heard. This portrait with the eyes glaceing to the side, the tightening of the lips and the anger in the brow shows the frustration of this. Why should she say it again just to be ignored once more.
Mazcan is a female street artist based in Brighton, know for her large murals of beautiful strong women. Her pieces are can be recognized by the photo realistic faces that are often framed with bold graphic blue hair, adding a feminine touch to Brighton's Graffiti and Streetart scene. This year she has started to explore acrylic painting. This canvas is part of the series 'sugar and spice and all things nice' showing the frustration of the female psyche.