"Please Proceed" : Original Artwork by Karien Bredenkamp
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"Please Proceed"

Sale price$29.00
Print Or Original?:Limited Edition Print
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Only 5 units left

Prints: Limited edition of 10

About The Artwork: 

This captivating black-and-white illustration features a human heart with flames exiting the arteries and an exit sign above the composition. The symbolism of this piece is powerful - it speaks to the idea of being brave enough to step into unknown territories and take risks in life, even if they may be uncomfortable or frightening.

The human heart is a powerful symbol representing many emotions, including love, passion, and courage. As the center of the body's circulatory system, the heart is also a symbol of life and vitality and is often associated with the concept of the soul or spirit.

Fire and flames are potent symbols representing passion, energy, and transformation. As a source of heat and light, fire can symbolize creativity and inspiration, while flames can express the intensity of emotions such as love, anger, or desire. Fire can also symbolize purification and renewal, as it has the power to consume and transform physical and emotional obstacles.

The human heart's and fire's symbolism can suggest a combination of passion, creativity, and transformation. The heart's emotional depth and intensity can be compared to the fiery flames that consume and transform. At the same time, the transformative power of fire can be seen as a metaphor for the personal growth and evolution that can come from embracing one's passions and desires. It takes strength and determination to navigate the challenges and obstacles that arise on the path to personal transformation and growth.

"Each of us is born with a box of matches inside us but we can't strike them all by ourselves" ― Laura Esquivel, Like Water for Chocolate

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