Madalyn’s back on the podcast to discuss a favorite subject of ours: art! This time we talk about a Naudline Pierre artwork exhibit we just happened upon in Dallas recently. Our conversation ran well past the hour mark, so I’ve broken it up into two parts. In this part one episode, we discuss Pierre’s Lest You Fall oil on canvas painting and all the feelings and imagery it evoked within us.
This episode was part of the Art Class Curator before we rebranded to Art and Self.
5:46 – Madalyn tries to describe what she saw when walking into the exhibit
8:53 – How Pierre’s work reminds me of a Baroque painting
13:29 – Discussing Pierre’s Lest You Fall, featuring a falling nude person
18:41 – My back-and-forth feelings on the winged creatures in the artwork
22:21 – The ability to see your identity reflected in art mediums
26:06 – Possible duality in the bird’s actions in the painting
31:31 – Life, faith, and the universal experience that draws us to these images
41:32 – Reflecting on what the figure could be falling towards and how that translates to life
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This episode was published before we moved the full show notes over to artandself.com. Transcript and full show notes are available at https://artclasscurator.com/91-Falling-for-Naudline-Pierres-Evocative-Art.