Margaux's portrait reflects her Finnish-American heritage. As an artist, I seek to illustrate the beauty of the human spirit and attempt to infuse it with a timeless quality.

Each element in the painting speaks of her present and past, a blend of history and modernity. She's seated amidst intricate geometric patterns that mirror our intertwined past and today's technology.

The crane, part of her Kurki lineage, is woven into the tapestry and seen on the left side of her head. The blue pillow symbolizes the ocean her ancestors crossed to reach America, driven by both waves and the human spirit. With vintage attire and vibrant hair, she's lost in introspection, inviting us to ponder our interconnected yet diverse human experience.

  • 40" x 30 " x 1 1/2" Oil on Canvas

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