Helen O’Leary: Rome
Helen O’Leary’s artwork defies traditional structures. As she constructs her paintings, she wants to pin a fragment of her own personal story to a bigger, more epic tale. This video traces her time working as a Visual Arts Fellow at the American Academy in Rome. She describes her intricate process and delights in the sensuality of her materials, her passion for the luminosity of egg tempera and pigment, the insistence of the joinery, and the gender of her painting. She observes, "It's all about experimenting with things I don't even know about yet".
Cinematography by Joe Tomcho & Jeff Tomcho
Edited by Maria Juranic
Titles by Doyle Partners
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