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How Colors Represent Emotion in Paintings
I would like to share with you today emotion art. This was one of my first drawings that I did when I was in a very sad and blue state. As you notice the eyes are just really solemn and sad and vacant. The blue represents just that cold feeling I had inside in my self. Up here where the head is are all that chaos and confusion in my head just really crazy, just sadness, coldness is going on and just no feeling at all.
The art allowed me to get that out instead of just keeping it stuck inside. The beauty of art is that after I did this, I transferred all my energy and I went to this. So, what a different art can make for me. This is a woman, female gender, angel presence and she is grounded from the bottom to all the way to the top. Her energy is so just circulating and I feel a vibrant. It’s just weird. All of that energy from the sadness shifted over to just like “This is it. I need to be grounded.” And so, I grabbed some more chalk, different colors and just really went in to boom. I needed to get grab one of my energy instead of just being sad, cold and just chaos.
So, it’s the difference of two different art pieces and two different emotional states. So, I just wanted to share with you how different art can make a day, a week. It’s just really amazing. I encourage you to try art.