"A mysterious woman holds a socially-correct, powdered and painted mask in front of her face, while behind her, Infinity (that mysterious Other part of herself) beckons. Is it necessity or habit that makes one wear a socially-acceptable mask...? Surely some quiet, tiny part of ourselves KNOWS that we are SO much bigger than our 'face.' But there could be another story here...what do you see?

Original watercolor, pen & ink painting on paper.

Paper type: cold pressed, slightly textured finish, 90# (185 gsm)
Paper measures: 15.5 x 11.25 inches
Image measures: 10.25 x 8.75 inches
Signature: SSH on front. Titled, signed, dated in pencil on verso.

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