(This is what surfaces from a restless subconscious…) Originally, this was a drawing of a mask using only crayola marker, but then I dropped in the ball point pen when I started to envision eyes in the mask… next, I saw the mask becoming paint or a tattoo on someone’s skin. It was important to me that this person didn’t have hair… the edges of the mask became a glowing nimbus. So this time we realize that sometimes the mask doesn’t hide who you are; instead, this time it shows who you are– a reason why I appreciate self-ornamentation. I believe that we are all unique souls with our own battles to fight… and an outward expression is a reminder of who you are so you don’t get lost.
This post is dedicated to all people fighting righteous battles.
Fight and win.