“HS Consolidated” : Original Artwork by Karien Bredenkamp
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"HS Consolidated"

Sale price$35.00
Print Or Original?:Limited Edition Print
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Prints: Limited edition of 10

About The Artwork:

Introducing "HS Consolidated," a surreal black-and-white illustration featuring an intricate maze of circles that form the stylized letter H and S.

A circular maze is a powerful symbol with deep cultural and psychological meaning. The circular shape of the labyrinth represents the cyclical nature of life, and the twists and turns within the maze symbolize the challenges and obstacles we encounter along the way. The journey through the maze can be seen as a metaphor for life's journey. We must navigate through uncertainty, confusion, and adversity to reach the center, representing our ultimate goal or destination. The circular maze symbolizes the journey toward self-discovery and personal growth as we learn more about ourselves and the world through exploration and discovery

The letter H and the letter S have different symbolic meanings and interpretations. The letter H is a symbol of balance, stability, and foundation. Its vertical lines represent the pillars that support a structure, while the horizontal line signifies the connection between the two pillars. In some spiritual traditions, the letter H represents the union of heaven and earth, spirit and matter, or masculine and feminine energies. On the other hand, the letter S symbolizes fluidity, movement, and transformation. Its curved lines evoke the image of a serpent, which is often associated with renewal, rebirth, and healing in many cultures. In some contexts, the letter S can also represent creativity, flexibility, and adaptability, as it can bend and twist in different directions. 

Overall, the circular maze and letters are a rich and complex symbol that can inspire contemplation and reflection on the nature of existence, human experience, and life's journey. 

"That which God said to the rose, and caused it to laugh in full-blown beauty, He said to my heart, and made it a hundred times more beautiful." ― Rumi

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