Lost Innocence is a psychologically infused, emotionally charged body of work focusing on sexual abuse on the “innocent”. The Lost Innocence Series, focuses on the moments leading up to Innocence’s discovery of self. Innocence is lost and upon the journey of understanding she must face the terrors of her external world, of the sexual abuse she has been consumed by.
The inspiration for this series is based on personal and shared experiences.
This work has been seen at Baylor University’s Harrison House Gallery as a solo Exhibition, and most recently at Creative Magma in Fort Worth, Tx. as a part of Arts Goggle, Spring 2012.
Colton Canava graduated from Baylor University May 2011 with a BFA, and currently works as a Graphic Designer in southside Fort Worth.