P.J. Crook, La Prunelle de Mes Yeux (The Apple of my Eye)
P.J. Crook (b.1945 )
La Prunelle de Mes Yeux (The Apple of my Eye)
acrylic on board
P.J. Crook’s work often depicts people interacting with each other. The use of layers in this artwork give the impression of unusual action, something we might resonate with, especially during confusing times like lockdown. She has also made the room seem cluttered through her use of objects and shading with darker tones. Why do you think the room is made to seem messy and do you see this as similar to some experiences of lockdown? What could the zebra represent?
Photo © RWA (Royal West of England Academy)
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