Sculptures by Lillie Sheridan
Lillie Sheridan's Paper Sculptures: Be Wounded, Explore, Repeat
Lillie Sheridan is an artist from Oak Park, IL. She was just accepted in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has been featured in Crest Magazine and OPRF's "Best of the Year" show two years in a row. She recently led a group of her classmates to design a sculpture for the Cook County Forest Preserve.
These paper sculptures that Lillie Sheridan has collected demonstrate a tender patience with the material and an exploration into undiscovered forms and figures. Lillie's shapes are expressive and identifiable yet subversive to what they reference. The wounded floral skull, for example, shows how Lillie can transform the fragile interior of our lives into something we can share and understand.
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