"Uncrushable", second "paper clone"

Ever wondered if, we artists, like writers, have to tackle the notorious "page blanche" syndrome?
The big white gaping blank page hole?
We do.
Sometimes.
These infuriating times, times when everything you know goes blank, do plague our creative muses.

Paper Clone and "Uncrushable" are results of blank moments.
Symbolic pieces. Drawings tentatively touching the third dimension.

Nothing is quite as it seems.
Nothing crushed remains crushed forever.
Strength and beauty always rise to the surface.





"Uncrushable"
Pencil on Paper
42x50 cm
1550 Euros
Sheona Hamilton-Grant. All rights reserved.

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