Clarice Zucker

Clarice Zucker

PELVIC TILT

This past February I broke my ankle during an aerobics class. Seeing my own x-rays I thought it would be interesting to use images of bones in some kind of art work. The doctor kindly gave me several discarded x-rays. So, to entertain myself during my recovery, I did some paintings of pelvises, spines, and feet, working from these images. Since one of my favorite subjects is flowers in my watercolor painting, I combined them with the bones.

Clarice Zucker's chair

When I decided to do a chair for Rare Chair I thought of bones in a whimsical as well as literal way The pelvis belongs on the seat of the chair. of course, and the spine up the back. We need that inner stability of our bone framework to deal with the physical and emotional challenges of breast cancer. So here’s to “PELVIC TILT.”