Or create a bit of cleansing, angry art. Because angry art harms none, and it might help the artist purge unwanted ugliness. Nisha might not agree—“An angry artist doesn’t makes art, perhaps revolution.” ~ Nisha. All righty then, here are three bits of anger-purging-instead-of-choking-someone-art, or revolutionary escapism, which I made in the past:
For you, SuperMama of those who don’t have a mother or any other. Draw something mean and bloody (to keep or to burn). Then go back to your clients. Don’t let a worthless excuse for a human being ruin your day or keep you from offering your very best to those who depend on you. Anger is just hot energy; reshape it, and make it into something that can be used positively… perhaps, even enjoyed. You’re loved. ♥♥♥
Escapism, by Manisha
The title of the post was paraphrased from Neil Gaiman’s Make Good Art speech.