This is how you take off acrylics, 2020
8½ x 11" Archival pigment print
6½ x 8⅛" Image size
Edition of 22
Each print includes a certificate of authenticity, numbered and hand-signed by the artist.
About the Image
“Is that what you are supposed to use that for?” my husband asked in horror.
“Yes, dear. This is how you take off your acrylics.” I replied
And off they went.
Afterward, I poured straight acetone into a bowl and soaked each hand until my cuticles were raw.
This is how you take off your acrylics.
Hopefully, I can get them redone soon.
Jennifer Greenburg is a contemporary artist who works with photographic imagery. She holds an MFA from The University of Chicago and a BFA from the School of the Art Institute. Solo shows of her work have been held at The Print Center, Philadelphia, and The Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago. Greenburg’s work has been part of numerous international group shows including The Museum of Contemporary Photography at 40. She was an artist in residence at Light Work, Syracuse, and is a recipient of two Illinois Arts Council Grants. Her work is part of the permanent collection of The Houston Museum of Contemporary Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson, The Museum of Contemporary Photography, The Museum of Photographic Arts, Light Work, The Santa Barbara Museum of Art, The Eskenazi Museum of Art, and the National Gallery of Ontario.