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Mental health and illness is the inspiration behind my work in order to help continue the conversation.

At first glance from a distance, the viewer may just see "pretty colours/tones" but once they look closer and spend more time with the painting, they're able to see much more than that. In a way, it's a representation of how we're too quick to judge one another. From a certain distance you'll notice a subtle outline of a girl sitting cross legged with her back towards the viewer, surrounded by small drawings of flowers, a crown, thunderbolts and a suicide hotline above it. Essentially the message is, not all things are what they seem or look like. There is much more substance than meets the eye.

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About the artist
About the artist

Pandora Owl was born and raised outside of Toronto, Ontario. Her art focuses on mental health & illness in order to help comfort those who suffer from it as well as exposing it to those who don’t. She leverages mixed media in order to tell her stories, often referencing her youth by incorporating , ... View full profile

Bradford, ON
Partial artist since 2018

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