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This is my final piece for the project "illustration". To create these pieces i Collaged a background using Lino prints, geli prints and watercolour. I then collaged my version of Snow White on top of the backgrounds. I painted Snow White and the evil queen with jelly guache paints. I then added the details like the basket and the caldron.
These pieces was created for my second project in my HNC art course, recon. The idea of of this porous t was bringing a problem to light that you feel passionately about. Through out the project I explored how to show recovery through a bad space mentally. I feel like the pieces I created in this project had more impact as they were created through the COVID 19 pandemic, with everyone in doors missing family and friends. This project helped me to vent my frustrations with the little help people get for there mental health and the current situation the world was in. Through the project I was having trouble with finding my style as I didn't want the charcter to be over sexualised, I just wanted her to show emotion and vulnerability.
This is my final piece for my project recon. I really wanted to show recovery in the pieces collectively. I wanted to show my audience that this negative feeling won't last and you can pull yourself out with the help of friend and family. I used a lot of symbolism and visual codes. I wanted the butterflies to symbolise friends and family and also being free with your self and your mental health. The objectS around her symbolise all the things I was trying to juggle when I was in lock down. I really like the piece , the piece really speaks to me and I hope it speak to my audience too.
Both pieces was inspired by Rembrandts "the storm of the Sea of Galilee". The piece is in a series of pieces showing the story of the girl being scared on a stormy boat and she brave enough to look up and the storm clears.
This piece I was really missing my friends and I wanted to capture my emotions feeling lonely with out them. I feel like a lot of people felt like this during lockdown.