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The Sculptures of Jessica Dalva

Tender and imbued with a supernatural thread, artist Jessica Dalva's small sculptures explore the feminine experience. Whether taking a voyeuristic peek at a woman curled on the floor surrounded by her odd belongings or witnessing a seance, the small works capture a strong sense of narrative, potent emotion and ritual. View more of the delightfully strange works after the jump.


 

Tender and imbued with a supernatural thread, artist Jessica Dalva’s small sculptures explore the feminine experience. Whether taking a voyeuristic peek at a woman curled on the floor surrounded by her odd belongings or witnessing a seance, the small works capture a strong sense of narrative, potent emotion and ritual.

 

 

 
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