Just Focus


Depicting the tunnel vision and abstract thought process that is associated with ADD, "Just Focus" is representative of societal expectations to have the ability to simply focus on any one object or task. In the painting, there is a ceiling consumed within chaos that the subject is required to ignore while they look down to pretend they don't see it. Attention Deficit Disorder feels as though every single connector in the brain is setting off alarms at all times and its near impossible to "just focus" and complete tasks in the same order and fashion that another person would. The artist uses a range of vivid colors and textures to exhibit all of these connectors in a way that shows no repeating pattern, as a display of just how difficult it would be to make it all the way to the end of the hall. 


 18"x 24", Acrylic on Canvas

18"x 24", Acrylic on Canvas