San Luis Obispo, California:: Meryl Perloff,, 2016.. Edition of 6. 4 x 9"; 4 pages. Accordion. Digitally printed. Red paper-covered boards with ribbon tie closure. Signed and numbered by the artist. An outline of a female form surrounded by descriptive words that epitomize womanhood. Reminiscent of the sentiments of "I Am Woman" by Helen Reddy - "I am strong, I am invincible, I am woman". Meryl Perloff: " As a tribute to women all over the world, words that describe women's positive attributes have been used to create pattern. A variety of handwritten letters comprise the text, citing reference to the wide range of qualities that can be ascribed to women. The central figure of each panel was created as mirror images of the form, cut from perforated vinyl. The material represents the fluidity and flexibility that women share in dealing with the complexities of life."
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