Forty h4nds, and white canvas gallery

*Stendhal syndrome: a psychosomatic illness that causes rapid heartbeat, dizziness, fainting, confusion and even hallucinations when an individual is exposed to art, usually when the art is particularly beautiful or a large amount of art is in a single place.

i love beautiful things.
i will open my own art gallery one day, and design it in a minimalistic manner

uncompleted drawing:

they look so gorgeously cute :>
i cant wait to finish it but i dont have time. rawr.
i need a lazy sunday afternoon and a cup of warm coffee to start on it again.

im praying for straight As now so i dont need to go for interview for hc aep.
PEACH briefing tomorrow! i wonder if they will invite art teachers from hc to brief us? hmm i really look forward to aep lessons in hci, i hope it’ll be different and fun.

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i know i want art but i dont know in what way and in which aspects of my life.
maybe i like seeing art more than i like doing it, i don’t know.

and i dont think i deserve the title “artist” because i only have time for art when i am free and i only like looking at art-related stuffs i dont even make time for it. occasionally i do but its not on a regular basis and sometimes even when i have started on something i will be too occupied with other things to get back to it again. unless, of course, its an obligatory task, because i’m good at meeting deadlines and setting goals. or its something that i get paid for. but i’ve seen people who really do art voluntarily and it has become part of their everyday life. and i think they are the ones who deserve to be called artists. i do art only because i want to make something out of it. yes the passion is there but it’s not strong enough because i know i won’t be able to sustain it if art is just art alone.

“For once you have tasted flight, you will walk the earth with your eyes turned skywards, for there you have been, and there you will long to return.” -Leonardo da Vinci

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