We’ve been following the work on Rebecca Ness for some time now enjoying her somewhat caricature approach to the portrayal of her characters. With oversized limbs, often cramped inside of the painting format, her subjects are involved in daily activities, regularly ending up in not very flattering poses. After a while, we’ve noticed her strange obsession with certain activities, particular body parts, and overall unusual postures, as well as her strange approach to framing her images. So, we’ve decided to reach out to Rebecca and ask her what are all these hands, shirts, private bits flapping and leg shaving paintings all about.
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