5. Socialize. Being stuck in your head, worrying and fretting about some imagined and feared future event is the ultimate form of withdrawal. By putting your focus on someone else, it engages your mind with a new activity & gives you perspective beyond yourself. When you connect, it broadens your perspective and helps draw you back into the rhythm of life.
unknown artist. its appeared similar to what direction I hoped to go with my art book but it appears that the person used acrylic instead of watercolours. Its also based on buildings with the colour dripping off them.
Marc Quinn — Blood Head, self-portrait with his own frozen blood. Marc Quinn (born 1964) is a British artist & one of a loose group known as the Young British Artists. He is known for Alison Lapper Pregnant (a sculpture of which has been installed on the fourth plinth at Trafalgar Square) and Garden (2000). Quinn has used blood, ice and feces to make sculptures; his work sometimes refers to scientific development.