This large drawing was created as a recognition of the ways we experience and communicate about depression. The source art history images are from Titian's "Bacchus and Ariadne" and Botticelli's "Man of Sorrow."


The drawing is a composite of nine 22 x 30 inch sheets of Stonehenge oil paper, totaling 66 x 90 inches.


Below are images of each section of the drawing.