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As a mutli-medium self-portrait artist, Andrea Mary Marshall, is in a constant motion of reinvention with each new project. Her work explores the elements of femininity, masculinity, sexuality, religion, love, heart-break, self-exploration and pop culture. Using herself and her body as her canvas, Andrea's work is provocative, thought-provoking and some might even say NSFW, but it's her comment on society's views and opinions of female beauty and sexuality (and feminism in general) that really makes us hot for her.
In an interview with Artnet.com regarding her last show "The Feminist Calendar 2016" Andrea had this to say:
“My view on feminism in general is that its okay to be sexy, it’s okay to feel sexy, and it’s also okay to not be sexy. Feminism means equal rights to self-determination and the ability to live life as one wants to.”
Be sure to follow Andrea on her Instagram to see her latest series of self-portrait polaroids. #SakaraHotList
Name: Andrea Mary Marshall @andrea.mary.marshall
Location: New York
Mission: To always be true to myself.
Favorite Sakara meal to heat up: The Braised Beet Bowl.
Favorite winter activity: Being in my studio making art.
Song that gets you hot: Janet Jackson “That’s The Way Love Goes,” Mos Def “Ms. Fat Booty,” Foxy Brown “Ill Na Na,” The Notorious B.I.G. “Big Poppa.”
What do you do to stay hot? Why does it work? Meditation because hotness begins in the mind. Yoga because it connects me to my body. Squats to keep my ass in shape! Epsom salt baths and body brushing to remove toxins and keep my skin soft. Ginseng Moisture Masks and Squalene Oil from Ling Skincare to keep my skin moisturized in the winter. 3 litres of water a day to cleanse and hydrate from the inside. My diet is dairy-free, gluten-free and sugar-free, I make organic bone broth every week and eat lots of vegetables for nourishment. Vitamin D3 because getting enough sunlight in the winter can be a challenge. Spirulina and Chlorophyll to keep my cells in check. Acupuncture for my blood. Laughter, love, and dancing to stay sane and sexy.
When do you feel hot? I feel hot and confident when I’m taking care of my mind and my body.
What's a hot project you're working on right now? I’m working on a series of Polaroid self-portraits for the Spring/Break Art Show and my first sculptural installation.
What's the next hot thing in wellness? Keeping it real is the new kale.
*Selected works from Andrea Mary Marshall's latest Polaroid project via her Instagram:
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By S LIFE MAG • March 10, 2017