Fascinated by the co-existence of polar opposites, [Majors’s] sculptural vessels strive to emphasize the elegance of organic growth through the use of heterogeneous textures on asymmetrical forms. Composed with many layers, each piece is fossilized with its finish to suggest the former presence of life.
Anina Major is a Current 36 Chase & Barns Artist-in Residence.
“A Body of My Own” by Letitia M. Pratt, The Nassau Guardian
“Troubling Narratives” by Holly Bynoe, The Nassau Guardian
“My Mouth is a Heartbreak,” The Nassau Guardian
“Locked in Our Bodies,” The Nassau Guardian
“Heavy Crown to Bear,” The Nassau Guardian
“To Have and Not to Own: An Interview with Anina Major (Part II) on Bodies and History” by Natalie Willis, National Art Gallery of the Bahamas