Agony Of The Monster

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This piece draws it’s inspiration from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Like the monster himself, the piece is mixed-media, made using acrylic paints, watercolor paints, colored pencil, cut out paper, medium gel, medium gel transfer, and wintergreen transfer.

The cottage represents the warmth of humanity which the Monster yearns to connect with. Pathetic fallacy is employed to illustrate the Monster’s tumultuous emotions in the sky. The desolate tree mirrors and amplifies the agony of the Monster.

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