Chemically Induced Angels
By: Elizabeth Tapp
Chemically Induced Angels Art Collection, by Elizabeth Tapp, captures the reality of mental illness with the use of prescription medicine labels onto distressed vintage windows. The artist creativity used a mixture of dissolved antidepressants, instead of glue, to carefully place each burnt edged label onto transparent glass. Such a technique has never been heard of until now, making these pieces truly unique and one of a kind. These carefully detailed masterpieces represents society's dependency on chemicals and the faceless wars splintered souls find themselves constantly victim to. The use of multicolor led lights are mounted onto the back of each frame, creating a vibrant glow in order to portray the transparency of chemical imbalances within the human mind. The artist leaves us with the following heartfelt message:
"Beautiful souls, it's all chemicals; everything that breaks us or makes us feel whole again. And well, I hope you know, that you are my Chemically Induced Angels. You are my victims of faceless bullies baring witness to shadows on the wall. Splintered souls refusing to clip boundless wings despite absent halos. Chaotically abandoned minds finding home at the bottom of broken hallelujah bottles..."
Below is the link to my website "SemiColonLove"
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