Looking Through the Mirror
In the artistic history of human study, the painted, sculpted, drawn, or photographed human forms and portraits, capture an individual's appearance and reflect upon a vivid sense and essence of one's real persona. The visual forms often represent characters, stories, ideas, and lived experiences in various capacities. They seek to bring forth instincts, moods, feelings, and emotions in a manner that engages the viewer to pause for a moment and look deeper. The artworks become means to communicate, understand and evoke thoughtfulness and sensitivity towards a simpler yet meaningful association of oneself and life around us.