illustration

65
I think of the work process leading up to this exhibition as small acts of remembrance.
By producing one drawing each week over 65 weeks I have sought to reflect on, and celebrate, my mother’s life of 65 years.
Each drawing is simply a unit of reflection—one moment in a journey with no final destination—the act of making being equally,
if not more important to me, than the final work. Heart and tear motifs, continuously reinterpreted, become a visual record of thoughts, emotions, recollections and realisations generated during their making.
monika_domaschenz_65_1
monika_domaschenz_65_2
monika_domaschenz_65_3
monika_domaschenz_65_4
monika_domaschenz_65_5


65 (in detail)
monika_domaschenz_65_moja
monika_domaschenz_65_how
monika_domaschenz_65_feeling
monika_domaschenz_65_checker
monika_domaschenz_65_petal
monika_domaschenz_65_pod
monika_domaschenz_65_bottle


cards
fabric flowers
monika_illo_fabric1
monika_illo_fabric3


hello friend paper cutouts
monika_illo_hello


wallpaper
strawberry fields
monika_illo_wall4

strawberry fields detail
monika_illo_wall4b


wallpaper
monocromatic floral 3
monika_illo_wall31


wallpaper
monocromatic floral 2
monika_illo_wall2


wallpaper
monocromatic floral 1
monika_illo_wall1

monocromatic floral 1 detail
monika_illo_wall1b


illustration
parts of one
210x297mm
monika_illo_music


magnolia, ink on paper
860x635mm
monika_illo_magnolia


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