“Ocean In A Drop” : Original Artwork by Karien Bredenkamp
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"Ocean In A Drop"

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Print Or Original?:Limited Edition Print
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Prints: Limited edition of 50

About The Artwork:

"Ocean In A Drop" is an incredible black-and-white illustration depicting a drop of water filled with intricate detail, including a coral reef and a manta ray. The intricacy of the art and its dreamy aesthetic create an atmosphere that transports you to another world.

A water drop can represent life's essence, as all living creatures need it to survive. It can also represent purity, clarity, and transparency, as water is often associated with cleansing and renewal.

A coral reef can represent the diversity and interconnectedness of life, as it is home to various plant and animal species. It can also mean the idea of adaptability and resilience, as coral reefs can thrive in challenging and changing environments.

A manta ray can represent grace, freedom, and a sense of wonder. These creatures are known for their gentle movements and ability to soar through the water quickly. They can also represent the idea of exploration and adventure, as they are often associated with the vast and mysterious depths of the ocean.

These symbols can suggest a deep appreciation for the natural world and a desire to explore and understand its many wonders. They can represent the idea of interconnectedness and the importance of protecting the fragile ecosystems that sustain life on earth.

"It is the basic principle of spiritual life that we learn the deepest things in unknown territory. Often, when we feel most confused inwardly and are in the midst of our greatest difficulties, something new will open. We awaken most easily to the mystery of life through our weakest side. The areas of our greatest strength, where we are the most competent and clearest, tend to keep us away from the mystery."
— Jack Kornfield

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