Inspired by the pressures of beauty standards in society, Faith Stiffey creates work that showcases what it feels like to lose yourself in the gazes of other people. Faith uses raw canvas, fabrics, beauty products, and used makeup wipes to explore these topics. She creates pieces that resemble articles of clothing which represent the idea of second skins or armors that are meant to protect from the judgment of others. Her work was recently exhibited at the Demuth Museum in Lancaster, and she has been in many recent exhibitions in the various galleries at PCA&D. She will be getting her BFA in Fine Art and she hopes to enrich all artistic communities that she is a part of.