The relationship between water and me cannot be separated. I have been live next to sea or river for a whole life. I also was attending to swing school since I was a baby. I wanted to be a married when I was a child, and I could swim like a fish.
My drawing always has some elements of water or get inspirations from the water. So, I decided to research about water.
Going Nowhere E.S
Even though I lived right next to the beach when I live in America, I could not go to the beach since I was too busy for the college works. It was the toughest years for me in my life; 15 minutes to 2 hour sleep, not a time to eat foods, study almost 24 hours every day. I went to the beach when I truly depressed at night. Seating on the dark beach alone and just watching the deep ocean with listening to Elliott Smith's Going Nowhere for a while. While watching the see, I was keep thinking, "the horizon of the ocean is endlessly expanding, but why I feel going nowhere, or why I cannot going somewhere. " I kept asking the question to me for over 2 years, but I still cannot get the answer. Even though after I came to London, I feel going nowhere when I see the river or ocean. When I was a child, I though the ocean was like a treasure chest, and the only place I can feel comfortable or home. However, it changed as a symbol of depression for me. I think ocean symbolize myself. I changed as a grow up, the meaning of ocean for me changed. If I change, it will change.
These are one of my favorite movie scenes. I feel every motion in the water is beautiful because the time that humans can spend in the water is a very limited. I feel more energy and emotions in there rather than motions on land.
Even thought this is a picture, it looks like two different photographs. I did not realize that until I look the picture carefully. The bottom part is more energetic rather than the top part. So, I prefer to cut off the top part of the photograph.
We met, there's no changing my mind
I won't walk the stairs with you tonight
The clock moved a quarter of a turn
The time it took a cigarette to burn
She said you got a lot of things to learn
Saw you move a certain way
Missed you a lot
Return to this abandoned place
Should a been forgot
Echoes drown the conversation out
Echoes that only seem to bring about
A silent expression
Things you may allow
The steps made a pattern
I'd never seen
I felt like a kid of six or seventeen
I was off in some empty day dream
It's dead and gone matter of fact
Maybe for the best
Said some things you can't take back
Honestly i guess
The old records
Sitting on the floor
The ones i can't
Put on anymore
He walked over to her like before
drown (someone or an animal) in something
He accidentally drowned the cat in the bathtub.
She drowned herself in the lake.
drown someone in something
(See also drown in something.)
I will drown you in money and fine clothes.
drown in something
1. . Lit. to be asphyxiated in some liquid.
But if I sit in the rain maybe I can drown in something other than my own thoughts
I agree with J.W. I need to create something from nothing or give a shape to my thought. The bottom photograph reminds me to drown in thought.