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This is a strong piece with a powerful message which is juxtaposed by soft feminine imagery.

The female subject is dressed in a frilly party dress, high heels and has a flower in her hair. Her right hand wears a gauntlet and carries a medieval weapon called a flail. She stands on a precipice overlooking an Australian desert scene with her loyal feline companion. Together they are hunters and in the distance they have sighted their target, a cluster of phallic looking rocks. With her flail she will destroy the rocks and the gender inequality they represent. These symbolic masculine structures have dominated the landscape for too long and by destroying them she will bring about a long overdue change in social attitudes towards the treatment of women in the modern world. Such inequalities include unfair pay rates for women in the workforce, sexual assault of women, murder and domestic violence against women, tax on feminine products, egotistical based war, power, corruption and greed and all other forms of suppression and degradation towards women by men.

Blue Tongue

Laural Retz

AUD$2,200
Size: 90w x 110h x 3d cms
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Acrylic paint and gloss varnish on stretched Fredrix 12oz canvas

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This is a strong piece with a powerful message which is juxtaposed by soft feminine imagery.

The female subject is dressed in a frilly party dress, high heels and has a flower in her hair. Her right hand wears a gauntlet and carries a medieval weapon called a flail. She stands on a precipice overlooking an Australian desert scene with her loyal feline companion. Together they are hunters and in the distance they have sighted their target, a cluster of phallic looking rocks. With her flail she will destroy the rocks and the gender inequality they represent. These symbolic masculine structures have dominated the landscape for too long and by destroying them she will bring about a long overdue change in social attitudes towards the treatment of women in the modern world. Such inequalities include unfair pay rates for women in the workforce, sexual assault of women, murder and domestic violence against women, tax on feminine products, egotistical based war, power, corruption and greed and all other forms of suppression and degradation towards women by men.

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