Head for the hills

By IAN PAIGE  |  August 30, 2006
If we are, as mystics and prophets perpetually posit, all one and reflections of each other, Irons’s social and gendered investigations may be more personal than she may know. These women can just as easily reflect the fractured aspects of any one personality born of a unified ground, swimming in worldly ego-related dominance, and aspiring for more sacred transpersonal awareness. There is no doubt that this promising young painter will continue to join technique and intelligence to explore the journey further.
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