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Behind the Veil: The Rotten Thinking of the Past Print

shima vosoughian


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Step into the evocative world of my drawing, where a blind girl stands solemnly behind the bars of The Rotten Thinking of the Past. With each stroke of the pencil, I weave a tale of deception and entrapment, capturing the essence of her struggle. The girl, symbolizing a metaphorical blindness to the truth, remains oblivious to the intricate web of deceit spun by both individuals and governments. As she peers through the iron bars, her innocence and vulnerability are palpable. Yet, there is more to her story. Unbeknownst to her, she is not only confined by external forces but also trapped within the confines of her own mental prison. The white dust delicately sprinkled upon her face represents the subtle residue of manipulated thoughts and distorted perceptions. It is a haunting reminder of the pervasive influence of deception on her identity. Through this artwork, I seek to provoke contemplation on the lasting impact of past ideologies and the potential dangers they hold in shaping our present reality. The juxtaposition of the blind girl, the decaying bars, and the white dust invites viewers to question their own beliefs, challenging them to seek truth beyond the veils of deception. Prepare to be captivated by the depth of emotion and the underlying message that unfolds within this drawing, as it serves as a poignant reminder of the power of awareness and the pursuit of liberation from the chains that bind us. Hand drew with Pencil, Black charcoal, White charcoal, Graphite, pen, Brushes, and eraser. Original physical size: 50x70 cm

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:9 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

Frame:Not framed

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My name is Shima. I'm a hyperreal pencil artist, I use charcoal, and pencils to create my artwork. working with charcoal and pencil for about 6 years now.

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