GELOTophobia (I CAN SEE tomorrow FROM HERE)
Acrylic and ink on canvas board; gloss varnish
12 x 16 x 0.2 inches
This collection is an ongoing series I revisit from time to time. Often inspired by my own irrational fears, landmine triggers, PTSD, or onslaught of anxiety. Living in any kind of fear is disturbing and often takes major tolls on those inflicted, as well as those around them.
Often times these fears can render a person paralyzed or unable to communicate their need for help. Personally, I know what that experience, that dark place, can be like. Communication breaks-down, you’re lost in a sea of no tomorrow. There are no words.