Notice the cuts and bruises, what has she been through? Why is she so desperate for comfort of any kind? And why is everyone leaving instead of helping her?
June 05, 2018
Poser 11 Pro, Photoshop CC
This artwork is a re-imagining of an artwork I first created during a deep depression in 2009. The original only featured the desperate woman holding the pillow. For this new version, I put her in an attic rather than a bare room and added the fleeing doves. I think this new version is even more emotional, and meaningful to me, than the original.
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