Wolf Woman

Wolf Woman


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Original Bas-Relief on Canvas

Artist: Anna Marija Bulka
Tittle: Wolf Woman 3D
Medium: Used Professional artist grade acrylics, modelling past, plaster cast, heavy textured…
Colour: White, Red, Grey, Black
Size: 100x80cm

Signed on front. Certificate of authenticity include.

Inspiration for Wolf Woman painting

“What does this wildish intuition do for women? Like the wolf, intuition has claws that pry things open and pin things down, it has eyes that can through the shields of persona, it has ears that hear beyond the range of mundane human hearing. With these formidable psychic tools a woman takes on a shrewd and even precognitive animal consciousness, one that deepens her femininity and sharpens her ability to move confidently in the outer world.”

― Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype

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“Certainly. The painting “Wolf Woman” embodies a powerful representation of womanhood, steeped in symbolism and raw emotion. At first glance, the image commands attention with its stark depiction of a woman’s face marked with vivid red scars, which could be likened to the remnants of an encounter with the wild. These crimson markings cut across her features, conjuring a sense of both violence and a fierce aliveness that is unnervingly beautiful.

The textured technique of bas-relief brings a three-dimensional quality to the work, blurring the lines between painting and sculpture. The woman’s features seem to emerge from the canvas, asserting her presence into our space and demanding engagement. The tactile nature of the bas-relief technique enhances the visual impact of the scars and invites contemplation on the depth of her story.

Against the cool, neutral background that could evoke thoughts of a steely armor or a lunar landscape, the woman’s eyes are perhaps the most arresting element. They stare out with an intensity that is hard to hold, suggesting an untamed spirit or a silent challenge issued to the viewer.

The red scars, emanating from her eyes like rays of focused energy, add a layer of mystique. They could be interpreted as signs of a battle, reflecting the societal challenges women face, or as expressions of an internal, fiery spirit, a passion that refuses to be quenched.

This is an artwork that does not shy away from discomfort; indeed, it seems to invite it. The “Wolf Woman” is not presented as a figure of tragedy but as one of strength and survival. The scars do not solely represent wounds but are symbols of endurance and a refusal to be subdued.

This piece might provoke a sense of unease, challenging the viewer to confront their own perceptions of femininity and strength. Yet for others, it is a potent testament to resilience, a visual ode to the fierce determination woven into the fabric of womanhood.

“Wolf Woman” engages the viewer in a dialogue that extends beyond the canvas. It is a piece that can be felt viscerally, discussed, and interpreted in countless ways, encapsulating the complex narrative of what it means to bear one’s scars not just as reminders of pain but as emblems of conquering adversity.”

My Art supplies are:

*Environmentally Friendly
*Cruelty Free.
*Not tested on animals.
*High Quality Safe Acrylic Paint – NO pesticides, herbicides or toxins.
*AP-Certified Non-Toxic & Kid-Friendly.
*To help the environment, quality recycled cardboard is mainly used.

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