The Emily Blythe Jones Anxiety Realized Series is Worrisome

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Jan 20, 2013 • References: emilybjones & sweet-station
Full of raw emotion, browsing through the Emily Blythe Jones Anxiety Realized portrait series is a nail-biting experience.

Rich, warm tones fill the collection, with lines and shadow that express worry and fear. You can't see the full face of the women in the portraits, making them all the more relateable as you can project your own worries and fears onto them. One shows a nail-biter actually causing her skin to bleed, another pictures a woman digging her fingers into her back in an attempt to relieve some tensed-up muscles, and another shows a woman rubbing her eyes, clearly stressed out.

The Emily Blythe Jones Anxiety Realized series portrays all the classic tell-tale signs of wrist-wringing worry and uncontrollable apprehension. Stats for Apprehension-Filled Portraits Trending: Older & Chilly
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