Passion Vine

Talia Ore

Born and raised in Miami, Talia Oré’s work is heavily influenced by the vibrancy of the subtropical city. She devises detailed and rich images that articulate her personal evolution through surreal imagery. Throughout the years, the scale of her oil paintings has grown larger and larger as she gains affluence with the medium. Often times she is juxtaposing fantastical figures with various aspects of reality, in an attempt to bridge the two worlds. It is Talia’s hope that her body of work opens the minds of her audience enough so that they may recognize the beauty in the strange and unknown, while pushing them to reflect on what it means to become aware of your own dark yet wondrous dreams.

  • 2020
  • Signed
  • This piece depicts the portrait of contemporary vocalist Willow Smith being overtaken by passion flower vines. Her body is a hollow, skeletal trellis that the plant uses to cling and climb the length of her being. This is a metaphorical interpretation of how great artists sacrifice not only their mind and soul, but also their body for their passions. 6'4" tall hand-shaped surfboard, painted in oil, and glassed with resin coating.

 Foam, Oil paint, Resin. 6'4" x 21" x 2.5"

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