Plastic Beauty or Real Beauty by Echi Aaberg

Plastic Beauty or Real Beauty by Echi Aaberg

Plastic Beauty or Real Beauty? The artist Echi Aaberg wants to share with us two paintings criticizing the current model of woman and beauty. Think about it, Yareah Magazine readers, and enjoy this Wednesday (it can be beautiful)!

Plastic Beauty or Real Beauty by Echi Aaberg

Plastic Beauty or Real Beauty by Echi Aaberg

Reading about the beauty of today – plastic women – and so far less men but runners up… Are you a young girl? – You must have long hair, big front, preferably size 0r big lips, false lashes and high heels. And the biggest problem should be to stay in touch every second so you don’t miss anything, not worth knowing anyway.

Beauty comes from the inside but you are judged by the a outside. My paintings are a protest by the beauty industry of today.

Echi Aaberg

Beauty is only skin deep. If you go after someone just because she’s beautiful but don’t have anything to talk about, it’s going to get boring fast. You want to look beyond the surface and see if you can have fun or if you have anything in common with this person.

Amanda Peet

There is no definition of beauty, but when you can see someone’s spirit coming through, something unexplainable, that’s beautiful to me.

Liv Tyler

Plastic Beauty or Real Beauty by Echi Aaberg

Plastic Beauty or Real Beauty by Echi Aaberg

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  • tell it like it is, echi!

    • just every magazine – tell us how to be beautiful in more ways than stars in the sky just “because we are worth it” 🙂

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Echi Aaberg, born 1948 in Laponia the very north of Sweden. Three years of education at the School of Art in Simrishamn. The paintings reflects moments of meetings with the abstract and concrete present as sometimes strikes me with great power and sometimes just touch my consciousness. The tracks - maybe visible, maybe invisible! Working with aquarelle, acrylic, oil colors, charcoal, crayons, tempera, graphic, photo, collage and design.

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