This drawing is from "Wading", a project that presents the most severe form of isolation as loneliness that is experienced when physically surrounded by other people. The presence of others is what can intensify the experience of loneliness for an individual. These works depict figures wading in an infinite and undefined body of water. I visually portray loneliness as the experience of feeling unseen and unknown within a group.
Make stress balls out of balloons and either rice, flour, or beans! Take a balloon and stretch it out a little. Then fill it with rice, flour, or beans.( You can use a funnel.) You can decorate them in a million different ways. Lots of fun!
I'm back with my third post in the "How to Draw" series. (You can view the first two here and here.) I love drawing wreaths but I find myself feeling really overwhelmed when I sit down to draw one. Where do I start? What do I draw? Too sparse? Too full? Ok, well I'm breaking it down step by step today so if you're like me, you won't be overwhelmed any longer. But before we go any further, download your worksheet here. Your worksheet shows you the collection of botanical
Cyber Bullying: Another injustice that Mapauwer will fight against is cyber bullying, because nobody should be told that they are not worth anything. This image shows that being bullied can become a burden in someone's life, and it can ultimately lead to crying and a low self-esteem. People that are bullied cry, and often think that the world will be better without them. It can lead into attempts of suicide.