Codraro uses painting to focus on spatial relationships in the human form. “I am challenged by its many connections and its inherent landscape. Places where vertebrae meet, where the human body hinges, these are the areas that continue to inspire me,” she explains. “I have come to realize that like the human form, whose shapes and shadows constantly change, my work can only be about moments.”
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