‘Cherry pie’ and ‘Daddy’s girl’ are two oil paintings by Michael Hussar. Pallid in complexion and bulbous in shape with only shades of deep pink and red, around the eyes and lips. The paintings give a sense of other worldly and unconventional beauty. Portraying delicate soft white skin, voluptuous shape to the hair and body, combined with glazed, and dripping lollipop shapes placed in their mouths. Hussar’s work also seems to hold a darker sense within these paintings, the fingers flick into thin, pointy black strands with sporadically placed thorns. Combining these two clear elements of hiswork to develop more conceptual ideas. Working with mixed media, and taking inspiration from the words ‘Sticky’, ‘Glazed’ and ‘Stretchy’, experiment with textures and coatings.
Consisting of Latex,silk, laminated lace and jersey , this collection aims to convey simplicity and luxury with unconventional textures.