Found objects, nails, string, paint and clay on wood panel.
It can feel scary out there, pandemic or not. Those with underlying conditions, physical, mental, emotional, or those who simply don’t feel they will be accepted by others as who they really are, often struggle with feeling safe. Being who you really are can feel naked and vulnerable, and may require many layers of protection through support systems and self-care. Although the primary focus of this piece is Autism Spectrum Disorder, it really speaks to the larger experience of not feeling safe in the outside world.