When the truth is bleak undress the sugar coated words and see the naked truth.
I write those words, and you know I die but I’ve died so often now.
This is a watercolor painted in 2005 by Irish artist Nick Miller. It was exhibited at the Rubicon Gallery in 2006 as part of the Standing, Sitting, Lying exhibition of nudes by the artist.
Taken from an article Irish Independent: “I knew his portrait would be more abstract than glamorous and I liked that. It was also a great way to see exactly how an artist works.”