Little Red Riding Hood > Innocent Red

Innocent Red
Ink & Watercolour.
100x70 cm
2009
This work is professionally framed in a white box frame.
Ink & Watercolour.
70x35cm
2009
SOLD
Ink & Watercolour.
70x35cm
2008
Don't Stray from the Path
Ink & Watercolour.
100x70 cm
2009
Handsome Wolf
Ink & Watercolour.
100x70 cm
2008
This work is professionally framed in a white box frame.
Ink & Watercolour.
100x70 cm
2009
There's Danger in the Forest
Ink & Watercolour.
100x70 cm
2008
Wolf Growls
Ink & Watercolour.
100x70 cm
2009
Wolf Devoures Red
Ink & Watercolour.
70x100cm
2009
Red Gets Eaten
Ink & Watercolour.
100x70 cm
2009
Red Gets Devoured
Ink & Watercolour.
70x100cm
2009
Red Gets Devoured 2
Ink & Watercolour.
70x100cm
2009
Crying Red
Ink & Watercolour.
100x70 cm
2008
Red Hands
Ink & Watercolour.
70x35 cm
2009

The story of Little Red Riding Hood is both an expression of Freudian Oedipal theory and a cautionary tale that seeks to place the submissive and obedient female in society. It explores the poignant vulnerability of childhood and the tension between youth and budding maturity, innocence and sexual awakening.