For her latest series titled "Anonymous Women", artist Patty Carroll created striking images of faceless figures draped in different fabrics and textiles. Carroll's work is well known for her visual play on domestic objects and their relationships to women. Regarding this series, Carroll says, "Making a home, whether through physical renovation or an internal sense of comfort, remains a constant, universal issue for many women. As a woman artist, I am addressing multiple issues of domesticity; the home can be a place of comfort, a place where decoration becomes an obsession, or where a woman merges with her domestic interior to become almost invisible."
Find out more about Carroll's work here.