I love the painting below – it seems to encapsulate all that I’m feeling currently. The woman painted could just be sorting her hair, but I also see overwhelm and instability. This week has been very busy for me at uni, and I’ve also started a new course of therapy. I’m sure I’ll be fine though; I always manage.
I’ve found out that the artist is represented in a gallery in my nearest town, which is quite coincidental!
Here’s his website: http://www.shaunferguson.co.uk/index.htm
I’m not associated with him at all, I just love how he paints.
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