I stumbled across the work of Cendrine Rovini, and can’t get enough of it. Her drawings are small, airy, beautiful and unsettling. Her girls exist in a secret world full of fur, tears, blood, twigs, rituals and transformation – in her words, metamorphosis. They feel very personal, very intimate and raw. Go to her website to go through her stunning portfolio. You can also purchase original artwork from her etsy shop.
From her artist statement: My work fights against the frozen imaginary of the Unique which only blossoms in violence and exclusion and in the obsession in truth or progress. Metamorphosis belongs to the multiple, to the becoming as perhaps defined by Deleuze when he described the animal-becoming, plant-becoming, woman-becoming: it is not imitation or identification but poetic scrum which makes evident that worlds are fertilized and grown on each other, swollen with life, matter and invisible.