An Ornithologist's Guide to People-Watching

Theo Harris
   
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"The portrait series communicates the often alienated feeling of existing as a queer person, analysing those considered to be “normal” through the lens of the “other” that is often applied to non-cisgender and non-heterosexual people."

INFORMATION

"An Ornithologist's Guide To People Watching" showcases works developed through introspection into the life of the artist himself and the lives of others, seen through the lens of naturalist ornithological illustration hybridised with pop-art. The portrait series communicates the often alienated feeling of existing as a queer person, analysing those considered to be “normal” through the lens of the “other” that is often applied to non-cisgender and non-heterosexual people. Featured works encompass various mediums including Pencil, Gouache, Ink, and Watercolour.

"An Ornithologist's Guide To People Watching" showcases works developed through introspection into the life of the artist himself and the lives of others, seen through the lens of naturalist ornithological illustration hybridised with pop-art. The portrait series communicates the often alienated feeling of existing as a queer person, analysing those considered to be “normal” through the lens of the “other” that is often applied to non-cisgender and non-heterosexual people. Featured works encompass various mediums including Pencil, Gouache, Ink, and Watercolour.

FEATURED WORKS

Theo Harris, Blue Danube, 2020, Coloured Pencil on paper, 29.7 x 42cm
Theo Harris, Red Rooster, 2020, Coloured Pencil on paper, 29.7 x 42cm
Theo Harris, Cheeky Cocky, 2020, Coloured Pencil on paper, 29.7 x 42cm
Theo Harris, Send Tweet, 2020, Coloured pencil on paper, 29.7 x 42 cm

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