Through a metaphorical narrative about love, Dahlia explores a relationship between two people which is burdened by mental illness. Journey through a colorful and ever- changing world; a hand painted realm that shifts and morphs to portray a darkened state of mind. Based on the ups and down of my parents' relationship, this illustrative and subtle narrative conveys a nuanced look into the experience of mental illness and how love, patience and commitment can overcome even the biggest obstacles.
Ana Mouyis is an Illustrator and Animator working out of her studio at The Pencil Factory in Brooklyn NY. She received a BFA in Illustration from Parsons the New School for Design, where she is currently working as an adjunct professor, and an MFA in Animation and Motion Arts from Pratt institute.
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