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CONFUSED Drawing

Ann Supan

United States

Drawing, Charcoal on Paper

Size: 14 W x 11 H x 0.1 D in

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About The Artwork

Even though nature may “insist” for us to choose between HAPPINESS and MEANING, it does not mean that it’s “impossible” for us to have both. I think that I cannot “always” have both HAPPINESS and MEANING at the same time but as long as I can find MEANING in my life, I know I’ll find HAPPINESS there too “at certain times” no matter how brief or long it lasts. I know I am happy whenever I make a piece of art simply because I enjoy doing it…but what does that mean? It means I have to endure a life full of uncertainties and "false hopes". Despite all this, if I must choose, I’ll choose MEANING as I’m certain that I cannot totally “just” be happy. I believe, just like any other feelings ( e.g. sadness, grief, etc.), HAPPINESS too shall pass…it always does. MEANING, on the other hand, is definite as it gives us purpose…the reason to live “no matter what”. I would rather know that there is a meaning for ALL the things I’ve been through in life than to be a happy person by ignoring my past that I cannot “just” forget. However, though I choose MEANING, I don’t live in the present “entirely” for the benefit of my future because for all I know I may die today. I honestly do not desire a longer life. I just want to “live” the life I’m given by learning from my past and doing the best I can with what I have until the day I stop breathing (period). This is the 17th portrait piece (Selma Blair) of my SHADOWS series where face features are created and accentuated by deleting parts of a shaded area. Actual lines are only used around the "eye area". The SHADOWS series is a collection of portraits intending to show emotions OTHER than those typical portrayal of complete happiness and joy as I hope to convey those I believe are “meaningful” part of someone’s life.

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Drawing:Charcoal on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:14 W x 11 H x 0.1 D in

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10% of to the total amount I get from selling my artworks during this pandemic will be donated to charities that will help protect and support children and families affected by COVID-19. ------------------------------------------ Ann Supan is an Engineering graduate who knows she wanted to be an artist since she was 10 years old. Currently assigned in Washington U.S.A. Her main interest in art is portraiture as it is her ambition to express beauty and emotion on her work. She focuses mainly on likeness as her technique and style is simple. She specializes in traditional drawing in the categories of figure drawing, illustration and shading using graphite and charcoal as her main medium. Through years of practice and explorations her artworks now revolves around realistic, expressionistic and impressionistic form.

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