keep that head above water. it’s ok if you get submerged once in a while as long as you buoy back up.
believe and you’re halfway there!
#but not chineasy
back to black, don’t mind the babyhair. mah mama would be happy I look so chinese ._.
Hyperrealistic Paintings of a Woman Covered in Pain by Rim Lee
"The Mess of Emotion" is an expressive series of hyperrealistic oil paintings by Korean artist Rim Lee that features a woman covered in thick, acrylic paints. The artist’s work is a combination of performance, photography, and painting. Lee herself plays with pigments as the model for her photos, which she then uses as references for her paintings. The three-step approach results in unbelievably realistic renditions of a woman lost in her own emotions.
Lee says, “The main theme of my work is [the] emotional aspect of human mental relationship[s].” She says, “Even though we live in different environments, at a certain point in time we feel the same when we look at an object.” The artist’s choice to play exclusively with black and white paint in the performance portion of her work reflects this binary aspect of relationships between people—differences and similarities—while simultaneously offering a two-dimensional image for viewers to gaze upon and empathize with her emotions at the time of her performance.
You don’t set out to build a wall. You don’t say ‘I’m going to build the biggest, baddest, greatest wall that’s ever been built.’
You don’t start there. You say, ‘I’m going to lay this brick as perfectly as a brick can be laid.’ You do that every single time. And soon you will have a wall.
how I must take things day by day