Spiritual Divorce.
sand, paint, plaster, cement, mirrors on cardboard - 65"x30"

Finding expression within the internal turmoil of divorce.
The broken mirrors represent the broken spiritual entity that is a marriage. The colors are disorganized like thoughts and emotions are during a separation yet the vibrant colors promise a positive and exciting future.
Sand, intentionally chosen, was a free access material during an economically conservative period. Sand also had an emotional value to Liset due to its connection to her native land, Cuba. The sand, paint and glue mixture resembled quick sand and provided expression of the internal feelings of uncertainty that divorce and single parenthood bring.