Shock and Awe

I decided to call this piece “shock and awe,” because it was an assault of sorts on paper. Instead of drowning my emotions in any number of unhealthy distractions, I often choose to take it out on canvas (or paper, in this case, as it’s what I can afford.) So, a lot of my abstract pieces are very vibrant and messy, because that’s pretty much a reflection of how I’m feeling at the time I’m creating them. No matter what, I always feel better after I’ve gotten my hands dirty, so to speak, and have done some painting. It’s a gift of sorts to my soul, and a way to express myself freely. At least that’s how I see it.

So here is “Shock and Awe,” the end result.

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