With his painting Guernica, Picasso meant to depict the trauma—both physical and psychological—of the Second World War.
Powerful portraits of women with addictions, living in the east side of Vancouver. See additional images: http://worldwidegreeneyes.com/category/heroines/ Photographer: Lincoln Clarkes
Kiyoshi Yamashita, considered to be an ‘autistic savant’, was a Japanese outsider artist who spent much of his life wandering as a vagabond throughout Japan.
This piece, as well as other installations by Chiharu Shiota, evoke a sense of emotion in the threads that cocoon and entangle various objects and…
Detail By Carol Es, her work is personal and based on childhood trauma. http://esart.com/lowdown/my-story/ link to Carol’s own story
By Carol Es, her work is personal and based on childhood trauma Her Story: http://esart.com/lowdown/my-story/
Wild Mood Swings, by Tim Noble and Sue Webster, a double self-portrait of the couple.
This painting is among the last painted by Vincent van Gogh before his suicide.
Eliette Markhbein, who is a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) survivor herself, constructed this portrait series to raise awareness of TBIs. Her subjects include former congresswoman…