Details:

This drawing depicts a house on fire, perfectly capturing in gray tones the artist's macabre sense of humor and fatalistic outlook.
Framed: 32.0 x 24.0 x 2.0 in.
Signed

① Artwork:

The Nicest World There Is

This drawing depicts a house on fire, perfectly capturing in gray tones the artist's macabre sense of humor and fatalistic outlook. Frances Waite's narratives embrace our dangerous collective future by cathartically acknowledging how uncertain our survival is.

Specs:

22 inches
30 inches
with frame
24 inches
32 inches

③ Artist:

Frances Waite

Frances Waite’s whimsically devastating drawings ask: What if the end-times are just the beginning? Combining photorealism with dream-like theatre, her work offers viewers a glimpse into the world they have created for themselves. Waite’s drawings imagine people in moments of eroticism and intimacy, navigating the mess they've inherited in both sensuous and depressing solidarity.

Frances Waite:
The Nicest World There Is, 2020
Graphite drawing on 1970’s Graumbacher paper
30.0 × 22.0 inches /
Frances Waite:
The Nicest World There Is, 2020
Graphite drawing on 1970’s Graumbacher paper
30.0 × 22.0 inches /