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The Color White
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The Color White: Christening Gown (Cradle to Grave)
The Christening Gown by JParadisi pencil, ink, watercolor on paper, 2010 The Christening Gown is available for purchase online through the Anka Gallery.
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Cradle to Grave: The Color White
From Cradle to Grave: The Color White is available for purchase online throughthe Anka Gallery.
Not All Nurses are Women: Nurse Cat II
watercolor, ink, pastel & pencil on paper 2010 by JParadisi This is the second painting interpreting the image on a get-well card of a cat wearing a nurse hat.
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Die Krankenschwester: The Sick Sister
The title of this blog, Die Krankenschwester (kron/ken/shwes/ter) translates to The Sick Sister. It is the German word for nurse. In this blog, I begin with the question: Has media representation of nurses affected their identity? I explore the question through posts using visual art and sometimes essays. The posts are not authoratative declarations nor draw … Continue reading