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BROKEN VESSEL

Fine Art, Illustration, Painting

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BROKEN VESSEL

Fine Art, Illustration, Painting


Broken Vessel by Claren Stefanie (cstefanie),fine art,ilustrasi,melukis
"In life we experience failure, betrayals, loss, sickness, and many other unseen battles that only each of us know what it is about. Brokenness is a phase of life that everybody experiences. We can't choose where and how we are broken, but we can always choose how we handle our broken pieces."
Broken Vessel by Claren Stefanie (cstefanie),fine art,ilustrasi,melukis
"Every flaw in a person is unique, just like every golden crack in the jar is never the same to one and another. It's what makes a person who she/he is."
Broken Vessel by Claren Stefanie (cstefanie),fine art,ilustrasi,melukis
You are the living proof of strength and resilience. A broken vessel that showcases God's wonderful work within you.
Broken Vessel by Claren Stefanie (cstefanie),fine art,ilustrasi,melukis
Tried so hard to make the golden cracks show up! Apparently golden watercolor shows up best on dark surface or when the light hits at certain angle, so I have to tilt the picture to get the golden cracks shine.
Broken Vessel by Claren Stefanie (cstefanie),fine art,ilustrasi,melukis
In most of my artworks, I use flowers as a symbolism to portray feelings and messages. I love flowers. The delicate petals, the fragility. The feminine radiance.The strong stems. Everything about them aren't just pretty sights, they are able to communicate. It's a beautiful language. The flower featured in this piece is "Wasurenagusa" or in English : Forget-me-Not. It's the most straightforward flower. It says what it is.
Broken Vessel by Claren Stefanie (cstefanie),fine art,ilustrasi,melukis
THE PROCESS : Concepting - sketching - transfering to watercolor paper
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Inspired by a Japanese philosophy called "Kintsugi" // the art of repairing broken pottery with gold.
It's about embracing your scars & brokenness as the part of your story, be resilient in your process and then emerging as a whole, new and stronger person.

This portrays subtlety and the fragile emotions of being broken, when you have to let go of things, to release and embrace the pain. You might have scars, cracks and flaws, but it's what makes you who you are.




Uploaded 17 September 2018

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