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The Moment I Doubt, by Rosell Flatley, 2018
5 Mar 2018

Media: loose canvas fabric with acrylic, sequins and thread

Artist's Statement from the Onion Reality Exhibition

My work is inspired by my journey of self discovery. I had been suffering from depression and was lost in my career direction. Admitting to myself that I had depression was my first step to recovery. The Moment I Doubt is a portrayal of my depressed state and accepting that it is OK to be vulnerable. The process of this work was not easy to complete as life kept surprising me with problems, but I pushed through these mental and physical barriers to finish The Moment I Doubt. This is the first time I have created something this large and experimented with sequins and threading.


The Moment I Doubt, by Rosell Flatley, 2018, was exhibited at the Onion Reality exhibition at Front Up, 9  11 Rowley Street, Seven Hills, NSW, from 27 February to 3 March, 2018. Rosell was a participant in the Emerge 2017 program supported by Ability Options, the Art Gallery of New South Wales and Accessible Arts. It is funded by Ability Options, the Packer Family Foundation and Crown Resorts Foundation. The program is focused on supporting practicing artists with disability.
For more information on the work of Rosell Flatley, please contact Front Up.
© Rosell Flatley
Photo: Accessible Arts
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