"Black Swan" (2006)

"Black Swan," 2006
Crown Kozo paper, encaustic, and ink, 48 1/2 x 91 1/2 inches. Photo by Jordan Tinker.
Courtesy the artist and Ameringer & Yohe Fine Art, New York.

"The drawings come before the sculpture. They always have. It’s not the other way around. All the imagery is there. In a funny way, drawing teaches me how to move my hands because the drawings are actually quite physical. They’re cut pieces of paper, or burnt pieces of paper, or stuff stuck on- collages. But they’re very important."

- Judy Pfaff

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