Standard of Beauty

  • Standard of Beauty
    2015 // 20 x 23.5 in. //Graphite pencil, charcoal on paper

    A drawing criticizing how people easily judge others by their appearance. 
    It is brutally direct that the drawing is an expression of today. In the work, hands try to manipulate the face and the face doesn’t resist. It represents how people are exposed to being judged by media and others, but act passively and change their appearance, following others’ standards of beauty