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This study of the peacock shows the more representative side of Agerd’s work, harkening back to her earlier paintings — though the use of stones brings this fully into her current work. The artist’s symbolist tendency can not be ig- nored here, as she leans into the associations of peacocks with guardianship, nobility,

and — of course — beauty.


The male peacock with their famed plume makes for a useful subject, allowing Agerd to take on a less abstract project while still relish- ing the painterly details over the Flow back- ground. The painting is more interested with patterns, shape, and color than facsimile.

"Ephemeral grace"

  • 30*40 inches / 110cm * 85cm
    Mixed media
    Semi-precios healing stones

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