Paperbark layers and Paperbark princess, two striking works once combined into a single whole, are ones that retain their individuality in spite of their two-piece quality. It is for this reason that I wanted to place this artwork in the dining area, a part of the home where we are often with others — individuals but still together. In this way, Liz Corkhill Knight tells an interesting story, speaking to the beauty of togetherness, and the heart and strength in the act of separation.
Styling and 3D renders by Rana Güneş.
Liz Corkhill Knight, Paperbark layers, 2022. Plaster and mixed media, 124 x 105cm. ; (right) Liz Corkhill Knight, Paperbark princess, 2022. Plaster and mixed media, 124 x 105cm.
Courtesy: the artist.
Scale of artwork may be different than it appears.