That's a character from a 'psychodrama' by me and my friend. Before the 'game' (I think I can call the 'psychodrama' like that), people taking part in it invent characters and then tell their story as if they were them. Every character must have a life story and some let's call it 'advantages' and 'drawbacks'. My character, Imerith said this: 'If I had to say something about myself, firstly I'd mention that I am blind. But these are only my eyes that cannot see. I was born a Farseer. Some say that a Farseer is born when a stained soul is brought to life. And the punishment is blindness. But the Farseers can see more than the others using their eyes. I see the world mentally as a combination of energy flows. I am half-elven - I won't deny it. A woman with no past and no future. I've never known my family. But also never cared about my roots. And thus I became a Magic-adept. During the Ritual of Dedication I was given the second name - Ehenverias, which means 'a Windcatcher'. I spent half of my life trying to get rid of my blindness. But I never found a cure. One more time I failed. I left my studies and departed from Relm. I spent many years wandering around the country. Then, while staying in Perthes I met a party of travellers...' Well, 'psychodrama' is not a very popular form of 'entertainment' and probably that's why I gave it up a few years ago. But I still recommend it to anyone who likes 'creating their own reality' ;) Watercolour on 20x30 cm paper format. 2004.