Illegitimate, unproductive, unsuccessful, better, worse, mediocre, strong, annoying, replaceable, disappointing, challenging, toxic, never satisfied, defective… how many labels can we wear? More than can be counted. I wrote the first words on this piece that came to mind, believing they were there for a reason. But many more have come to me since. It’s never ending. And so is the pursuit of true identity. Labels aren’t inherently bad. They can be good also, depending on the source and the spirit by which they come. The good news is, we don’t have to wear anything we don’t want to. Some labels we actually like and can come to find our identity in, but may still be harming us and we don’t recognize it. It’s worth consideration. Labels of any kind that distract us from who we’re meant to be should be identified and their effects weighed. What labels have been placed on you? Acrylic, spray paint on gallery canvas. Matte varnished.

Artwork Size & Ink Base:

48x48 inches on canvas

Artwork Style

  • Abstract
  • Digital Art | NFT
  • Animalistic
  • Expressionism
  • Figurative
  • Impressionism
  • Landscape
  • Minimalism
  • Mixed Media | Pop Art
  • Realism

Artwork Size

  • Less than 50cm
  • Up to 1m50
  • More than 1m50

Painting Technique

  • Acrylic
  • Chalk
  • Collage | Digital
  • Oil
  • Pastel
  • Pencil
  • Resin | Epoxy
  • Spray Paint
  • Watercolor
  • Mixed Media
  • Photography


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