August 25- 27
Harbourfront Centre

Sabrina Jian

I am Sabrina Jian. My self-portrait captures the subject that appears devoid of any emotions, conveying a strong sense of individualism and a protective nature. It is often perceived as lonely. But it represents my most natural appearance, closer to my true self, with a gaze that carries an elusive and mysterious aura. The background features thin, deep purple lines drawn with coloured pencils, subtly drawing attention to the subject. Upon closer inspection, the checkered pattern on the subject’s clothing reveals my English name, Sabrina, symbolizing a sense of self-identity. Beneath the subject’s aloof expression lies intricate thoughts and the hidden strength that I possess. Take a look at the portrait, the two cats on both sides, which are among my favourite animals, serve as guardian spirits, providing protection, support, and guidance to overcome any setbacks in life.

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