This is a self portrait. Once dismissed as Just A Woman of a Certain Age Who's JUST Been A Caregiver All Her Life.
It is a common fallacy that women's lives have less importance because they have a family. The work of each person is to be acknowledged regardless of their family ties.
This is a collage on canvas and will be framed with a slim, black wood frame.
In the Morgon Library in NYC there is a wonderful statement to be quoted.
"Selfies are by no means a new phenomenon. Over the past 500 years, many artists from Palma Giovanne to Henri Matisse have recorded their own likeness. Some artists seem to document their mirrored image. Others embed their likeness in a decorative or narrative context often identifying themselves as artists."
A giclee 14 X 14 iprinted on canvas s available for 250