The title of the work I am Décor as well as the subject matter and technique of execution, intertwine in one question: who or what is a decoration? Is the framed gobelin, an amateur piece of art, the decoration? Is the representation of an attractive woman the decoration, regardless of the technique? Or, maybe, is it the woman herself who is a decoration? And it is, without any doubt a woman who created the representation of the woman who is in the actual decoration, so all the answers could be possible. We still live in societies burdened with women that strive to look good above anything else, societies in which women’s value is determined upon slimness, leg length, breast size and hair volume, societies in which it is still more acceptable to be “the jewel of the house” rather than the provider for the family, or god forbid, a single, childless career woman. It is the duty of all of us to change those societies we live in, and it is always good to start with addressing the issues.