Ziccardi’s lush and imagined habitats reference the artist’s domain; the Hudson Valley landscape; local plants, fruit orchards, and the like- but her images are inspired by men’s language, which often dictate the female “protangonists” that occupy her symbolic domestic and bucolic settings. Often mocking past and present stereotypes with humor and sarcasm, Ziccardi’s characters remind us of the source of these traditional archetypes, that are embodied with contemporary girl power to defend and reclaim their title with strength and sassiness.
I learned (in my friend’s backyard) that these pods are the essential host for monarch butterflies… more inspiration for my interest in language and gender politics…
Dimensions: 31″ x 27″
Medium: Oil on Fabric with Craft Monarch Butterflies
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