'Pucker Up' and 'Scream'
By Madeleine Callaway Pucker Up, 18x24in, charcoal and conte on paper Scream, 18x24in, charcoal and conte on paper
This piece is centered on the general inaccessibility and difficulty with mental health therapy resources.
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