“Passage Of Time” : Original Artwork by Karien Bredenkamp
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"Passage Of Time"

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Print Or Original?:Limited Edition Print
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Prints: Limited edition of 25

About The Artwork:

The "Passage of Time" illustration is a beautiful and thought-provoking black and white artwork with various symbols, each with unique meaning and significance. Among the symbols depicted are a ladybug, an hourglass, and a crown, each relating to time, power, and luck.

The symbolism of a ladybug can represent luck, protection, and prosperity. In some cultures, it is believed that seeing a ladybug can bring good luck, and many people think they bring protection from harm. The ladybug's bright colors and gentle nature also symbolize prosperity, abundance, joy, and happiness.

The symbolism of an hourglass can represent the passage of time, mortality, and the inevitability of change. The hourglass is often used as a reminder of our mortality and limited time in this life. It can also be seen as a symbol of change and transformation, as the sand within the hourglass constantly shifts and flows, reminding us that nothing in life is permanent.

The symbolism of a crown can represent power, authority, and achievement. Crowns are often associated with royalty and symbolize strength and status. They can also represent achievement and success, as they are often given as a reward for hard work and dedication. The crown can also convey a sense of responsibility and duty, as those who wear it are often expected to lead and make important decisions.

Together, these symbols can encourage us to be mindful of our actions and their impact on the world while also reminding us to seek opportunities for growth and success.

"Four days will quickly steep themselves in nights; Four nights will quickly dream away the time." ― William Shakespeare

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