The Compassion Eye is one of my favorite images regardless of which culture it appears in. I see it in the Eye of Horus, in the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in any number of religious images. I was actually working on a St. Lucia piece for a friend and cleaning up my workshop area at the same time. There is always stuff everywhere, including the electrical box you see here which is the foundation of this piece. I had a crushed rusted bottle cap lying on my workbench, which I had long ago noticed made a perfect setting for an eye. I was looking through a drawer of miscellaneous bits for something, who knows what now, when I found the rhinestone piece, which suddenly revealed itself as the eyebrow of the compassion eye that belonged exactly in the electrical box with the crushed bottle cap, blue blue of compassion, lime green magnets and assorted hardware attached to the top of the electrical box. The eye and eyebrow are attached with superstrong magnets so you can actually rearranged to suit yourself. The limegreen rhinestones on the corners are also magnets and can repositioned. The hardware on the left side of image - the ring rotates, not for any particular reason, but I like it that it does, sort of like a periscope. Obviously, the whole piece is about vision and perspective. It has a strap hanger attached as well so hanging is immediate and simple. which is one of the reasons I love electrical hardware - it has all those holes already neatly punched. One last thing, the knockouts, places where you can push out neat holes about 3/4" across are painted cobalt blue on the outside of the box.