Description Charcoal. I struggled very hard with expressing how my daughters fathers behavior during my pregnancy influenced my state of mind, confidence, and complete self image. Bearing the bricks of the situation in our relationship seamed feather weight until paired with the weight of motherhood. I would like to think that my daughter was kept serine and untouched by my emotional turmoil, but traces of shame show proof of my doubts. Instead of lullabies, horrid and violent crying put this embryo to sleep every morning. Original is for sale. Please email inquiries to email@example.com Thank you for looking!
Jessica Cline, Logansport Member Since July 2010 Artist Statement From the beginning of my life art has been the cornerstone of who I am. I am 24 years old now, a single mother of one, current art student, and have been (more-so last summer) essentially a starving artist. I love all things dark and disturbing as well as things sacred and fragile. Please comment freely, and every purchase goes towards funding the future of my daughter and me. Thank you!
Interested in originals, or charcoal portraits of loved ones? Email me! firstname.lastname@example.org
Catalog Details Product No 3313527 Subjects Style Medium TagsJessica Cline