Angel Hairis part of an ongoing series relating hierarchy of care and the extreme intimacy and absurdity of taking care of another person. Madeline focuses on motherhood and how humorously complicated basic activities like eating and dressing become with a child. Each of her works begins with a drawing. This print was created from a series of marker and litho-crayon drawings. The layers were printed with overlapping transparent inks.
Madeline Donahue (b. 1983, Houston, TX) works with drawing materials, paint and ceramics. She received an MFA from Brooklyn College and a BFA from Tufts and The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Her work has been exhibited in New York area, across the US and in London, UK. She lives and works in Brooklyn with her family and dog, Llewella.
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