*passive aggressive mom dramatically putting away dishes and denying help*


when you have to go around the circle and introduce yourself to the group



20”x16” Watercolor on paper

shrek's kid: dad... i'm... i'm gay
shrek: well, better out than in, i always say, eh? heheheheh someBODY ONCE
chrissyisabear asked: Beautiful artwork

Aww thank you so much! It means so much to me! 


I wanted to start off my theme for the semester with something a topic that hits close to home with lots of people, including myself: body image and self-respect/self-image. With millions of Americans struggling with their own self-esteem and self-image, I wanted to create a piece that conveys that struggle. Here, the man, not just women, cannot stand to look at himself in the mirror, thus his reflection is turned away because he cannot stand to look at himself. His shoulders are slumped and defeated because this struggle has been going on for far too long. Years even. This piece isn’t a happy piece. It wasn’t meant to be. It’s meant to convey a message. Have a nice day everyone.


The Moment of Artistic Creation

9”x13” Colored Pencil on Toned Illustration Board


14”x20” Watercolor, Ink, Graphite

"Why Can’t I Be Heard?


First abstract painting. Watercolor. 14”x20”.


14”x20” Watercolor on board.

It’s all about how we perceive depression on a regular day basis. People who are often mildly or severely depressed often put on these “fake” smiles in order to avoid questions about their behavior. Often times, people don’t pick up these hints, and we go on, with everyday life seeming normal. But underneath these hidden smiles, their world is crumbling apart, signified by the background and drips of the paint. 


14”x20” Watercolor on paper.


you should be expecting that.

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there are approximately 1,013,913 words in the english language but i could never string any of them together to explain how much i want to hit you with a chair.