Power of Water
I drew this with fire. I believe as an artist water is a strong substance that every human depends on for survival, its used in everyday life activity. this piece is to portray how water is needed in human life and the power behind water in our life as humans living on this planet. and it also tells that without water most activities cannot be done in this world. water is precious natural resources water its important water is one of the most plentiful and essential need in our life most human life depends on water. there is no life on this earth without water ,you need water I need water to survive ,water is God . especially the joy that it brings into our life and the excitement feeling. the floor of the water on the boy in this piece is to represent how water is used in different ways and the aid which its give to us. in all water is powerful and skookum in everyday life.
the word paragraphy means writing with fire. many people refer to pyrography as wood burning. but I practically have my technique which l used to approach pyrography by using fire and blade to draw on heavy chipboard and wood. brI want my art to awake old memories to tell stories, educate, motivate, backup, elevate and give to experience to the born and unborn brI want art to tell sentiment of people who lack power to speak in public domain about sensitive issues that affect humanity. brI mostly adopt the past present and future contemporary African vicinity because I feel like there is more to tell to generation and continue. brworking on heavy chipboard makes me interact creatively with nature and makes me feel a sense of connection with life with the living. brthe driving force that keeps me going is to burn to create and give meanings in diversity to empower the powerless man who lack the power to for the true sense as I connect them to nature and beyond.
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