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Alocasia Amazonica Wooden Pin by Rebecca Pidgeon

$12.00

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Measures 40mm in length and mounted on 100% recycled matte backing card.Printed on responsibly sourced FSC certified European Birch Plywood. Please note that Birch Plywood is a natural material which means that the colour, grain, and texture of each pin will differ. Wooden pins use 20 to 24 times less energy to produce than enamel pins.
Rebecca Pidgeon

Rebecca Pidgeon

Creating self-portraits focussing on self-perception and identity.

Rebecca Pidgeon is the granddaughter of three-time Archibald Prize winner, William Edwin Pidgeon (WEP), and has subsequently been encouraged and inspired from a very young age to be creative and use art as a method of expression. A key theme in Pidgeon’s work is self-perception and identity. Having struggled with poor mental health since early high school and later being diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome, she uses self-portraiture predominantly in her practice as a way of expressing how she views herself and the world around her. Her unique outlook on life as someone on the ASD spectrum allows her to create a dialogue about the internal and external struggles of trying to fit into a world not designed for someone like her.