An ode to the art historical genre of sister portraiture, two sisters copies the contours of diverse renditions of the two sisters, from Gauguin, to Picasso, to Poto and Cabengo (twin sisters who preferred to create their own language since they only wanted to talk to each other anyway). Sister portraits occupy a rare position in the history of portraiture by representing the reciprocal relationship of sisters within a usually hierarchical familial structure. These sisters could care less who is watching, they prefer to share more with each other than with us voyeuristic onlookers. Illustrations of intimate, supportive, and reflective relation, sisters model a way to live in both duality and harmony. Ongoing.