“Musical Mice” : Original Artwork by Karien Bredenkamp
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"Musical Mice"

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Prints: Limited edition of 10

About The Artwork:

Let your imagination run wild with "Musical Mice"! This black-and-white illustration features a whimsical playground filled with musical mice and cherries. Mice, musical notes, and cherries can each hold symbolic meaning and, when combined, can create a complex and layered message.

Mice are often associated with resourcefulness, adaptability, and quick thinking. They are small but clever and can often outsmart larger predators. In some traditions, mice can also represent fertility and abundance due to their ability to reproduce quickly and frequently.

Music notes are symbols of creativity, expression, and inspiration. They can represent the idea of communicating through the language of music and can evoke powerful emotions in listeners. Music notes can also represent the idea of harmony and balance, as different notes and rhythms come together to create a cohesive whole.

Cherries are symbols of sweetness, pleasure, and indulgence. They can represent the idea of enjoying the simple pleasures of life and can evoke feelings of joy and satisfaction. Cherries can also represent the idea of fertility and growth due to their connection with the natural cycles of the seasons.

When combined, the symbolism of mice, music notes, and cherries can create a message of resourcefulness, creativity, and pleasure. The image can represent the idea of using imagination and quick thinking to navigate life's challenges while also finding joy and delight in the simple things.


"Drum sound rises on the air, its throb, my heart. A voice inside the beat says, "I know you're tired, but come. This is the way." ― Rumi

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