“Seeing The Way” : Original Artwork by Karien Bredenkamp
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"Seeing The Way"

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

About The Artwork:

Introducing "Seeing The Way," a black-and-white illustration that combines a Chinese knot with other elements such as eyes, wheat stalks, and insect wings to create a captivating visual experience.

The Chinese knot is typically made up of a single cord that is woven into a series of intricate loops and knots. It is often associated with good luck, prosperity, and longevity. The knot is also often used as a symbol of love, as it is believed to represent the unbreakable bond between two people. Additionally, the Chinese knot is frequently used in feng shui, where it is believed to help enhance the flow of positive energy, or qi, in a space.

The symbolism of an eye can vary depending on the context, but it is often associated with perception, awareness, and vigilance. The eye is often seen as a window to the soul, and it can represent the ability to see both the external world and one's own inner thoughts and feelings.

Insect wings, on the other hand, are often associated with transformation, freedom, and lightness. The process of metamorphosis that insects undergo from egg to larva to adult is a powerful symbol of transformation and growth. Additionally, wings are often associated with flight, which can represent the ability to rise above earthly concerns and gain a new perspective.

Finally, a stalk of wheat is a powerful symbol of nourishment, sustenance, and abundance. Wheat has been a staple crop for human societies for thousands of years, and its ability to sustain life has made it a powerful symbol of prosperity and growth. A stalk of wheat can also represent the idea of reaping what you sow, as it takes hard work and effort to grow a successful crop.

Overall, each of these symbols carries with it a unique set of meanings and associations, but they all share a common thread of growth, awareness, and the pursuit of a better life.

"Closed in a room, my imagination becomes the universe, and the rest of the world is missing out." ― Criss Jami

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