The Artist's Early Work: A Portfolio
By bejewell on January 20, 2012
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From Quiet to Chaos, 2011
Crayon on glass, with drapery overlay
Interpretation/Critique: Clearly, the artist was trying to convey a sense of desperation and mayhem as one makes the transition from a quiet, self-reflective night to a day lived outside oneself, bringing all of one’s inner turmoil out into the light for the rest of the world to see. It’s a bold work, especially considering the dangers the artist himself faced in its creation, working in secret under the constant threat of time out.
Bunny Beheading, 2011
Interpretation/Critique: This piece speaks out against the commercialism of Easter. A painful reminder of the tragic (yet ultimately uplifting) story of Jesus, the artist’s subtle message encourages the viewer to quietly reflect upon the true meaning of the holiday.
Bejewell (@bejewell). Mom, wife, writer, creative, all-around badass.
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