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"Tracks of Impermanence" has borrowed much from my Buddhist practice. Mainly, nothing stays the same, yet the fundamentals of who I am are pretty consistent. The tile border is the path we walk and gets worn & cracked with use. The rose is life itself, both beauty and pain. It begins as a bud, then full bloom, begins to lose it's petals and finally the rose hip, both the end and it's most nurturing fruit, a seed, a beginning. Within and throughout, there are thorns. The mirror balls represent illusion. What is seen in the mirror is only a reflection. It doesn't exist in reality as is the struggle to attain a life of security without change. The cracks in the woman are her experiences. They are what make her interesting, contrary to popular belief that a crack is a flaw, damage, disposable. And finally, her youth is her inner being. No matter the tracks, the heart still burns. She still has passion.

This is a giclee' print on Fine Art matte paper with Epson archival inks taken from the original drawing by Shelly Bedsaul. The paper size is 16 x 22 inches, image size is 14 1/8 x 19 7/8 inches.

Tracks of Impermanence


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