Original artwork description:

‘Spirit Illness: Beer’ was inspired by the feeling of being consumed by something beyond your control. Too much for too long and over many unwanted drunken nights, it felt like I had become the beer itself. This loss of control, chaos, and imbalance was caused by a ‘spirit illness’ that I had experienced for many years. However, the snake that once took a grip on me is slithering away, showing that it won’t keep hold of me forever. Despite looking past what’s happening with concealed eyes, the withering of the aloe flower provides a feeling that an end to this pain is coming.

Materials used:

raw canvas, acrylics, hand-dyed cotton thread

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#acrylic #snake #spirit #beer #becks 
spirit illness: beer (2020)
Mixed-media painting
by Haejin Yoo

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‘Spirit Illness: Beer’ was inspired by the feeling of being consumed by something beyond your control. Too much for too long and over many unwanted drunken nights, it felt like I had become the beer itself. This loss of control, chaos, and imbalance was caused by a ‘spirit illness’ that I had experienced for many years. However, the snake that once took a grip on me is slithering away, showing that it won’t keep hold of me forever. Despite looking past what’s happening with concealed eyes, the withering of the aloe flower provides a feeling that an end to this pain is coming.

Materials used:

raw canvas, acrylics, hand-dyed cotton thread

Tags:
#acrylic #snake #spirit #beer #becks 

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As a self-taught acrylic artist, I find raw canvas reflective of the foundations we must lay in life. Using untouched natural surfaces challenges me and aligns with my personal philosophy.... Read more

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