Lynnette Ojeda Mohill

Show ran from 6/1/2001 to 6/30/2001

Lynnette Ojeda Mohill, PRESSURE, painting.

In her acrylic paintings on canvas, Mohill uses the activity of doing laundry as a metaphor for conformity. By portraying human figures as laundry, the artist explores how our uniqueness is challenged, and how we often strive to present ourselves to the world in ways we think the world wants us to appear. The “pressure” of this internal dilemma is the subject of this show.