art

Solitude

by Jess Way
Suffolk, England

 

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Fairy aunt Freckle

I created this piece during the time of the arrests of queer people in Egypt in solidarity. People can sometimes forget the LGBTQ+ community is more than cisgendered white men so I drew the legendary Aunt Freckle, a genderfluid Mexican actress. 

 

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existential crisis 

I accidentally went to a talk on physics and astronomy once in a festival given by a Cambridge professor who works with Steven Hawkings. Whilst simultaneously confusing and terrifying me, it opened a door to a whole new interest in the universe and how everything works. 

 

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city clown

 Clowns have a pretty bad name. Especially since 2016. But ignoring the obvious sinistry they naturally possess, the sadness and art behind the performers is intriguing to say the least.

 

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A Lady

I’m always inspired by Japanese art, but this piece was definitely heavily influenced by Shintaro Kago. 

 

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Frazzled head 

I wanted to a piece that reflected me. The focal point is a picture of me when I was younger and everything around it some how relates to something in my life.
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adventures of Lizzy II

I don’t remember having any thought process for this piece, to be honest. I don’t really remember making it either but I still find it super funny. 


 I’m Jess Way or @colourgroove on Instagram, I’m fourteen years old and use she/her pronouns. I am from England, Suffolk.

Follow @colourgroove on Instagram to see more of her incredible work!


 

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