In her work, Lydia Mozzoneis depicting exposure using the body and its relationship with space. She is interested in capturing the female at a raw moment of self-reflection. When we are alone with our naked bodies, we are at our most exposed state. The nude is not aware of the viewer’s presence and we see the figure as she experiences a very intimate and vulnerable moment in the shower. The background of Lydia's paintings obscures and affects the figure to reference the exterior pressures and expectations felt by the modern woman.
Lydia has had work exhibited in the Cultural Center of Cape Cod, Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, Lore Degenstein Gallery, Tang Museum, and Case Gallery, among others.