Challenge Gallery 34: Hero

One of the aspects of our Single Frame Stories that I find most impressive is the ability that we all have to portray emotions in our work. The best art makes you feel something, and this is harder than it sounds. It needn’t be a deep, meaningful emotion- it can be playful and light, but the ability to make your viewer really feel something is one of the most important elements of art.

Each week as I study the entries here, I first allow myself to feel what the work evokes in me, and then I wonder if it’s the same emotion that the artist intended. The difference in expressing and evoking is important to note. Sometimes the emotion that the artist expresses might not be the same as the emotion evoked in the viewer.

This week there are many emotions expressed in our stories. I hope that they evoke something in you as you view them.

Before we get to our challenge gallery, the prompt for next week is, “Weapon.” Make of it what you will.

Challenge Gallery 34: Hero

Unlikely Allies

“Unlikely Allies” by Skye Donardson

We can be Heroes

“We can be Heroes” by Michelle Hyacinth

How Sleep The Brave

“How Sleep The Brave” by Peep Sideshow

Single Frame Story :- Hero

“This is a picture of Amina, and she lives in Tunisia. Because of this picture she has been threatened with death. She’s a Hero in my book.” by Shockwave Plasma

Single Frame Stories Challenge ~ Hero ~ I Miss You, Dad.

“I Miss You, Dad.” by Jewel Appletor2012

Single Frame Stories 'Hero'

“From Hero to Zero” by PixiLate

Hero

“Hero” by Aequitas Aequitas

Hero

“I don’t know how to be a hero…” by Deoridhe Quandry

My Tweets as Pictures: Forty-Four

“If you’ve never tied Snuggie sleeves around your neck for a cozy fleece cape, you’re probably way more classy than Super Whiskey.” by Whiskey Monday

Hidden Heroes

“Hidden Heroes” by Botgirl Questi

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