This is from a series called 'It's not me, it's you'. The person has a spotlight on them representing the moment you are made to feel a certain way and that it's about you, but lingering in the dark space is the person with the real problem.
furthermore, I was inspired to have the portraits in this series have similarities to a court jester because their job was to make people look at them and laugh but, were also pointed at and made fun of.
Medium: Acrylic, Oil and Cotton Embroidered on Canvas
Country of Origin: United Kingdom