Portrait of the Self, Night Vision

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Portrait of the Self, Night Vision – Tullio – 2015
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2 responses to “Portrait of the Self, Night Vision

  1. Mortia Walker

    It captures the essence of the dark in someone’s body that lies within the soul of the human being and how evil they look in the inside with all the pain and hurt. However they cant lash out they hold it deep within screaming, yelling, and trying to enter the world of devastation because it feels as it belongs with the rest of the clain of evil…

  2. This piece really resonates with me. To me it represents the darkness within ourselves. The bright colors represent our yearning to express ourselves in the world. We grasp for happiness despite our looming self-doubt, and reach out to each other from the deepest parts of our souls. There is hope that surrounds us and we need only look outside of ourselves to see the brightness life offers.

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