Decisions, whether big or small, are often influenced by input from the people in our lives—family, friends, neighbors, even ex-spouses. Some of that input is inadvertent and some is very pointed. Either way, taking personal responsibility for life’s decisions is sometimes unnerving.
The imagery and textures of this work depict the people in our lives and the passage of time, making the point that if there is not a compelling reason to make a decision, it might be sufficient to do nothing. What do you see here?
This artwork is on deep wood panel and the artwork extends to the sides. It is wired and ready to hang.
Wood panel, paper, acrylic paint, limestone paste, and ink.