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It's curious the way different people cope with breakups.The sunken eyed, sulky figures the artist depicts are reminiscent of Dali."This is the first one I drew," Mrad said, pointing toward a pencil sketch titled "R.N.," which she drew in September 2014 .More muted than her other work, the sketch depicts an armless female nude, partially submerged in water, most of her droopy form apparently on the verge of melting. In "Analogue," Mrad renders a morose-looking girl in Chinese ink, but there is much more to this figure.Upon returning from a trip, Mrad said, she felt inspired to incorporate more color into the works.The frail and brooding girls of "Mathilda" may not pique everyone's interest.
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