Portraying a dissociative state. It can be hard to talk about mental health. Yet, every conversation is important.

My Poem: “I sometimes grieve the way my body will freeze and let me forget. I can’t recall the time harm flew and landed on my lap. But, the wound is still there. Blank stares. A dissociative reality. A spaciness. A fatality.”

Medium: copic marker, posca paint marker, and sakura pigma micron pen on paper

About My Prints:

  • All prints are made and packaged by me.
  •  All prints come signed.
  •  Prints are 11×14″ in size, on quality thick paper with no framing options. 
  • Prints are packaged with a white backing board in a clear protective sleeve. 
  • Original artwork is not for sale.

Additional information

Weight 10.70 oz
Dimensions 14 × 11 in