Sara Birns distills the multi-faceted and at any time-altering character of human character into each of her uncanny, contorted portraits. Even though she’s usually loved drawing faces, she began to establish new tactics when she started off dedicating herself far more severely to her portray follow. Trying to get to illuminate the numerous influences that impression how our faces appear to just one a different and improve over time, she combines facial functions from herself, her friends, loved ones, and strangers, making solely new figures.
“I like to tamper and morph the cues that we commonly use to understand a person,” she describes. “Cues these as fashion, facial characteristics, expressions, and from time to time glimpses into a situation they are in. Human nature is frequently evolving and modifying with time and activities, equating to the impossibility of completely greedy a person’s character. This is the reason I morph the figures, usually obscuring the age. I test to uncover the levels of ever-modifying feelings anyone activities in single moments as we journey to investigate ourselves and our influences on this earth.”
Originally from Santa Cruz, California, Birns just lately relocated to Australia, wherever she is at present exploring, in search of the fantastic town to settle into with her boyfriend.