Beverly Harding "Kodona Otona"


The work in this series of paintings relates to the Japanese Lolita fashion movement. The clothing designs are usually hand sewn and resemble children’s dolls from the Victorian Era. Lolita fashion is a return to purity, innocence, and childhood. . . which, unfortunately has been denied the victims of sex trafficking. It is my hope that through help, rescue and awareness, the unbroken spirit of these young girls and women can be restored, allowing them a return to their lost childhood and a discovery of the potential that lies within.

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"Kodona Otona"
oil on canvas board with ribbon

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