In 'Sacha,' I've captured a tender moment in a child's life, where the simple act of eating from a bowl becomes an embodiment of carefree delight. The child's unburdened spirit shines through as they savor each bite, connecting with the world around them, blissfully unaware of the complexities that adulthood may bring. The artwork invites viewers to contemplate the depth of a child's inner life and the myriad emotions they may be processing, even during a seemingly ordinary meal. "Sacha" encourages us to acknowledge the intricate emotional landscape of childhood and to appreciate the moments of quiet reflection that make up a child's world.
Painting / Acrylic in linen
50cm (W) x 50cm (H)
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