This drawing, created on white paper, is part of a silent art project related to a mental health course. The artist named me "Amir's Drawing" and initially considered calling me "Lost." However, he decided on the title "Ghosts" to represent negative ideas and demonstrate their destructive nature. The drawing portrays a girl with a cloth covering her face, symbolizing how negative thoughts can blind and distract the mind, leading to irrational decisions. The artist emphasizes that negative thoughts are deceptive and thought-provoking but ultimately harmful. The horns above the girl's head symbolize strength and resilience in the face of these negative influences. The balloon in the drawing represents the attempts to break free from the grip of negative thoughts. The message conveyed is to persevere, turn to a higher power, and not let negative thoughts control one's mind and thinking, especially in challenging situations.
This drawing depicts a large tree in the autumn season, symbolizing its hibernation and deep sleep. It is protected by two giants, signifying our responsibility to safeguard nature. A small meditating deer waits for the tree's awakening, emphasizing the interconnectedness of all living beings. The artwork highlights the importance of trees as the lungs of the world and urges us to protect them. It serves as a reminder to cherish nature's blessings and maintain a harmonious relationship with the environment.
Artwork Expression:This is a drawing on white paper that is part of a mental health contract. The drawing tells a story about the artist's recent struggles with their health and their difficulty in coming up with new ideas for their art. The artist was dealing with severe symptoms and pain from being sick with two illnesses, not including. The drawing shows cracks in the cloth covering its eyes, representing the artist's severe headaches. The cracks in the chest show the artist's intense coughing, and the cracks on the elbows represent the fever that caused skin irritation. The drawing's scream reflects the artist's boredom and frustration from being ill for several days.
Material Used: Charcoal on paper