Don’t Always Take Things At Face Value

Rebecca D (S1, OLSP) brought in these few items from home that she worked on in the past. I’m not entirely interested in the Children in Need design as it is what it is, though I’m completely mesmerised by the portrait below. First impressions show a kind man, gently drawn, though on close inspection the man’s eyes show sadness and emptiness. His mouth show lips that have a lot to say, though remain tightly shut and silent, down turned, but with a slight, knowing smirk. What is he hiding? Then I am drawn towards his cheek scar, how has this been caused? In defense? A really interesting piece of work that I will visit again. Thanks Rebecca.

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