Watch this video by The Win Online and hear advice on channeling your anger into art.
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Female Speaker: The importance of art, let me explain to you or even let me just show you, how intense these eyes are -- is what my emotions were going through. I was angry and I could not speak as you see the lips are just closed, seal closed. But my eyes are just vivid, I didn't know what to do with my emotions and so I drew it, it just my eyes are piercing and the lines are jagged and I just, oh man, I didn't know, I know what to do, so this black chock really, really brought out all the emotions that I was feeling and I couldn't let it go, just going to town and, you know, I just draw of kind of when I suicide took a picture of a face and I just kind a copy the eyes that I put my intensity on it and this was definitely anger and I felt it, and I lived it, and I expressed it, and then I released it. And then once I released it I went ahead into another drawing and this one is like night and day. But this is, I closed my eyes and I really mean it to you what I could feel and what I felt was just as beautiful healing door that I need to go through, and out of the anger, and again this is really peaceful place of oranges and yellows and soothing and it's just amazing what art can do, it can literally take it from more emotional state to another and so the oranges are very healing to me and contracts with the black. And my eyes are yellow because I'm feeling the emotion and it was really into the feel of yellow. But I had hope and so just anger I felt hope that I was going to go through that door right there and I just felt so incredibly healing and soothing and so. This is what art do for me this time and once I get emotion art it's all about feeling your emotions and really just delving it, and letting it happen. So I just want to share with you that, thank you.