by Jillian Adel

"You Texted To Tell Me How It Wasn't" Original

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This piece is an original from Jillian's 2019 solo show, A Bloodied Kind of Hope, which showed at Nous Tous in Los Angeles, CA in September 2019.  

Description:
Reads: You texted to tell me how it wasn't and I fell open by accident.
Original.
9x12 in. Pastel + acrylic on paper.
2019.
Frame not included.

More info:
A Bloodied Kind of Hope explores darkness as a form of radical dissent, connection and healing. It uses story & poetry centered around love, lust, family and friendship to celebrate emotions—such as anger, sadness, frustration, disappointment, and loneliness—typically shied away from or shamed in polite society, for the universally human qualities they are and bringing them out of the darkness and into the light.

Description

About:
This piece is an original from Jillian's 2019 solo show, A Bloodied Kind of Hope, which showed at Nous Tous in Los Angeles, CA in September 2019.  

Description:
Reads: You texted to tell me how it wasn't and I fell open by accident.
Original.
9x12 in. Pastel + acrylic on paper.
2019.
Frame not included.

More info:
A Bloodied Kind of Hope explores darkness as a form of radical dissent, connection and healing. It uses story & poetry centered around love, lust, family and friendship to celebrate emotions—such as anger, sadness, frustration, disappointment, and loneliness—typically shied away from or shamed in polite society, for the universally human qualities they are and bringing them out of the darkness and into the light.