Divya Krishnan #8
"I wanted to try to express my frustration caused by all of the terrible things going on in the world right now. All my feelings of disappointment and boredom have been compiled to form the expression of the girl in this drawing...much unlike the happy faces we always expect to see artists draw. It's important to validate and acknowledge feelings other than happiness!"
Size: 10.6 x 12.9 inches
Coloured pencil portrait
About the Artist:
Divya Krishnan is 13-years-old and has been drawing for 2 years. She enjoys drawing people - she feels more connected to them by drawing them than actually talking to them. It's almost as though she substitutes her lack of confidence to talk to people by simply just drawing them. She feels much calmer and relaxed that way. She tries to find pictures of people that stand out from today's impossible beauty standards. As a teenage girl surrounded by social media and the need to physically fulfill unrealistic expectations in the human body, she tries her best to draw a large range of facial features, hoping to make people feel as beautiful as they are.
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