Mellow Meadow
Girls' Bathhouse Diptych


Un-commissioned | New Talent

Why did you make this work:
‘Girls’ Bathhouse’ is a diptych made up of two parts ‘Consumption' and ‘Contemplation’. It talks about how excessive desires lead to destruction. The outbreak of Covid lead me to think about how human beings are not as powerful as a lot of them think and how desires to manipulate other creatures and resources on the earth would drive people to a point where they started to consume themselves.

How was the illustration used:
For self-exploration and exhibition

How did you make this work:
I did this piece with colored pencils. I love to illustrate my imagination of the occult, fantasies, nature and wild dreams, which often includes various living organisms such as wild animals and magical creatures.

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Mellow Meadow is an independent illustration artist traveling between Shanghai and New York, a senior at School of Visual Arts. Meadow's works explore natural and mysterious beings, as well as the idea of “intimacy” in different contexts. Her works have been exhibited by several galleries and art institutions both in Shanghai and New York.