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The story of fresh paint applied to an already cracked wall, a photograph and a vulnerable state.

“Vulnerable Mind” was featured in ThE aRt Of pEEliNg PaINt – 30th March 2011

There is power in being able to express something emotive through art and let it go, I find it’s this that keeps me engaged in using art to grow and heal…

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  • George Coombs
    George Coombsalmost 4 years ago

    I see a similar process ging on here as with the other one Jenni, a process is taking place, i can see it and relate to it

  • Thank you so much (Jenni – lol George have you been on the sherry?) this made me chuckle, bless you. I appreciate your continued support as always:)

    – Jak Savage (aka Unbeknown)

  • 1more photo
    1more photoalmost 4 years ago

    walls talk to me alwyas
    they reflect our soul in a way
    this one is very touching

  • Thank you so very much :) I appreciate your continued support too :)

    – Jak Savage (aka Unbeknown)

  • eishka
    eishkaalmost 4 years ago

    Very honest and emotive. Great work.

  • Thank you so very much eishka :) I appreciate your comment and time to view this one. Your continued support is wonderful :):)

    – Jak Savage (aka Unbeknown)

  • Michele Filoscia
    Michele Filosciaalmost 4 years ago

    Such beautiful capture

  • Thank you so very much indeed, your time to view and your comments are appreciated :)

    – Jak Savage (aka Unbeknown)

  • lisameryl
    lisamerylalmost 4 years ago

    Oh, deeply heartfelt and emotional…words and imagery are a beautiful pairing indeed! =)XO

  • Thank you so very much beautiful Lisa x

    – Jak Savage (aka Unbeknown)

  • Andrew Bradsworth
    Andrew Bradsworthover 3 years ago

    Congrats featured in ThE aRt Of pEEliNg PaINt

  • Thank you so much Andrew for the feature of this piece, I value it dearly :)

    – Jak Savage (aka Unbeknown)

  • Peter Baglia
    Peter Bagliaover 3 years ago

    Very cool photo and well-suited words! Congrats on your feature!

  • Thank you so much Peter, I loved yours and congrats too ;)

    – Jak Savage (aka Unbeknown)

  • Farfarm
    Farfarmover 3 years ago

    Lovely take…saw a face in it ;)

  • There is! :) …thank you so very much for your lovely comment Farfarm :)

    – Jak Savage (aka Unbeknown)

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