The expressionist feels most deeply.
They seek to share the inside of their world rather than external circumstances. This work is subjective in nature, eyes fall out of the subject’s face just like messy teardrops. The mind is overwhelmed by its sadness, it is overflowing, from the inside out, just like the expressionist who drew this. Sometimes it’s difficult to hold in all of the emotions that tumble and roar within. Sometimes it’s okay to let them out.
Neurotic Personality illustrates the struggle of the empath to maintain sanity when you feel everyone and their emotions around you. The neurotic personality worries too much, eyes appear from the walls, voices echo within the cages of their psyche. Their brain becomes disheveled so it tries to rearrange it’s thoughts in a way that feels good…but no place quite fits right so they keep moving and rearranging the scattered thoughts that keep scattering. The neurotic personality worries too much, eyes appear from the walls, voices echo within the cages of their psyche. Their brain becomes disheveled, therefore they try to rearrange their thoughts in a way that feels good. Unfortunately, no place fits quite right so in effect, they keep moving and rearranging the scattered thoughts that keep scattering.
This collection was drawn with Winsor & Newton ink pens on bristol paper. All ink drawings are accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
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