Everyone loves to bring up the phrase “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” anytime someone brings up mainstream values of beauty. There is going to quite a change today. Today, I will be using such a phrase to explain why this artists portraits area representation of true beauty. If Renaissance Art and Cubism had a baby, Hannah Faith Yata’s creations would be that baby. Her portraits have the uniquity of Cubism with the brush stokes usually seen in Renaissance pieces. To me it is one of the many definitions of beauty, while to others it may look like the product of a C rated sci-fi thriller. Take a look and make your own judgments.

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