Corinne Duchesne a Canadian Artist, born in Quebec, is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art (and Design) studying during her ﬁnal year in the Off-Campus Program in Florence Italy. An award winning artist for over 20 years, Duchesne has exhibited extensively in Canada, The United States, South Korea and Europe.Duchesne is a full time drawing professor at Sheridan College, in the School of Animation, Arts and Design.Duchesne's previous work, large format drawings on Mylar, talk about the intricate nature of grieving, and its impact on an individual’s evolving sense of self.This focus on the processes of grieving has been replaced with a different conversation and exploration; that of sexuality. These mixed media pieces celebrate the animal pleasures of womanhood. They assert a human being’s right to enjoy and explore the body and the influences that shape our self-perception. Fierceness of delight is exemplified by sharp contrasts of media, texture, value and imagery. Collaged pieces of linocut prints (goats, patterns) bump and grind against outrageously-colored, drawn and painted Barbie legs and curly-haired vaginas and penises. Graphic in both senses of the word, these compositions are as full of humorous juxtapositions and energetic diagonals as their suggestive titles imply.