Human Vs Reality Essay

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Lara Jane Arellano Ms Stuart DATE \@ "d MMMM y" 16 June 2014Altered Reality - Human V NatureThe artwork that I have created is called You don't know what they are. The artwork I have created is pencil and charcoal on paper with a dimension of 29.7 x 42 cm. Nature is full of colour and wonder, they are full of beauty but every beauty will always be evil. In the artwork I have created I am highlighting the issue of drugs, illicit plants. Many young teenagers are using illicit plants because they want to impress someone, there were pressured or want to fit in with someone. They use illicit drugs for these reasons without knowing what they can do to their body. In my artwork, I have created a portrait of a person with an unknown gender is being affected by drugs. The plants and leaves in the artwork are the illicit drugs, I made them look like a normal leaves because illicit plant also look like any other plants. My artwork shows the before and after a person has taken a drugs. The person in the portrait is having a diverse reactions from drugs. The plants on the foreheads are the illicit drugs that triggers the brain. The different expression of the person on the portrait depicts the state of a person before and after the have taken illicit plants. The right side with an expression of fright and in agony is the side where the illicit plants is consumed and taking affect and devouring the side of the face. The other side of the face which is the left side is the condition of a person before it has a taken drug. The left side is clean with its eyes gazing at the viewer . The use of very dark background emphasise the portrait and the lack of background will...

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