Her first and foremost thought about her creative process is that it arrives in the form of “spontaneous outbursts”. She began creating her digitally manipulated self-portraits in 2006. What started out as a lark eventually became a passion for her in the form of, thus far, 30 pieces that are emotionally ‘lit’ with color, imagination, and courage.
Each portrait describes a little something about her and expresses through vision, sound, and movement what she cannot put into words. Having lost both parents in her twenties, it has become a place of healing and self-expression. The colorful, sometime bizarrely configured portraits explore raw emotions and captures pieces, perspectives, and passion from her heart and soul.
“I’m hiding in the portraits while at the same time trying to express how both life and death have affected me”, Razzauti says. “It’s about feeling the energy and frustration inside of me that wants to burst out as I try to find the peace within.”
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