Details:

This painting depicts the heads of three missiles lined up in a row, hanging threateningly in an empty star field. The tops of the missiles seem to suggest fingers with red painted nails, like a human hand in search of control.
Framed: 11.0 x 11.0 x 2.0 in.
Signed

① Artwork:

Missile Drop

This painting depicts the heads of three missiles lined up in a row, hanging threateningly in an empty star field. The tops of the missiles seem to suggest fingers with red painted nails. The composition resembles a human hand in search of control—one led dangerously astray into hostile and distant terrain. The artist's oil and acrylic paintings spotlight both the diminutive and the grand, while addressing the tension between humans and nature—including our desire to control the uncontrollable. 

Furr creates floating landscapes populated by sleek machines striding through space. Her seemingly impenetrable compositions reveal upon close inspection pores and glimpses of disembodied flesh. The artist's work employs these elements to explore tensions in binary oppositions, such as male versus female, alongside the potentialities and limitations of scale.

Specs:

11 inches
11 inches
with frame
11 inches
11 inches

③ Artist:

Emily Furr

Emily Furr’s paintings seek to restore the feminine archetype and usher in a new yonic era. Her work disassembles patriarchal symbols to show the female aspect overcoming the phallocentrism of the current moment. Furr’s work also addresses the tensions in binary oppositions, such as male versus female, while exploring the potentialities and limitations of scale.

Emily Furr:
Missile Drop, 2022
Oil and acrylic on board, wood frame
11.0 × 11.0 inches /