Artist's description:

There is almost always more than what meets the eye. This is one of 2 pieces which I created to hang together in a gallery for a solo exhibit titled More. When viewed together, they convey the idea further yet each is it's own piece and stands alone as well. This one has layers of blue paint on one half of the yin-yang, symbolizing "above ground". There is a line drawing (with paint) of trees within the blue area. These trees continue "below ground" into the other half of the yin-yang, the charcoal drawing area where it expands into another world.

This is an excerpt from my artist statement for the show:
These work reflect on my connection to trees and their importance in nature and all they represent. Trees find their way around the obstacles they encounter to continue to flourish. They remind me constantly to live. To carry on. They remind us that there is always more than what meets the eye.
...What is beneath the surface is what allows the tree to grow, what gives it strength. As we all live our lives, we, too, carry experiences within below what others can readily see.

*Please note that this is a circle shaped piece.

Materials used:

charcoal, acrylic, pine board

There's Always More (Orange) (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Melissa Perhamus from United States

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