It is autumn and the days are getting shorter. In winter I don’t mind the cold so much, but the darkness really gets to me. Therefore it is with a certain sadness and sorrow that I nowadays watch the sun disappearing and I see this sadness reflected in this painting.
It’s October already, and the long brightness and warmth of summer has left us. Darkness meets us ever earlier every day. A cool breeze is blowing and there is more rain. Flowers wither and dry. Autumn is upon us.
The figure sits in a grey and desolate landscape, shoulders slumped in resignation. Hands hanging down, there is nothing they could do as they have no strength to hold anything. The arms and legs are mere bones, all flesh and strength wasted away. The face is obscured, black cloth hanging down the whole body likeContinue reading “SORROW – emptiness and desolation”
An eerie sight – like abandoned shoes, but much more human as they end in toes. We see the toes and expect to see, want to see a person rising up above them, but there is only emptiness, only a dull wooden wall with no trace of life. The person has left forever and, needingContinue reading “SORROW – loss of a loved one”
Art as therapy helps you confront your sorrow, pain and fear