This listing is for a 10" x 10" professional print (on a gloss-coated, .012# paper).
Print is matted to an 11" x 14" size for easy framing, arrives in a protective sleeve, and includes the poem below and print info cards inside.
Price does not include shipping. International shipping available. Please contact me for rates.
Color may vary from what appears on your screen. (Print is a near-black to cerulean blue range)
She calls us, gently commands that we enter the night, the darkness. She offers an invitation, but has no doubts that we will accept. We must accept. This that we fear exists whether we acknowledge it or not. The darkness walks hand in hand with the light, death is a consequence of birth.
She sees us in the darkness, stumbling, running towards light, and simply holds out her hand.
Come now, she says in the voice of a stern but loving mother, why are you fretting so?
She walks on a shimmering water, balancing on that which is constant change and fluidity. She does not fear this change - she is quite familiar with it in the darkness. She place places one foot in front of another, dancing with an alluring strength .... she does not need to ask us to join. We will drown if we refuse. This change upon which we try to build our lives is an illusory surface.
Move, she whispers - and is that a smile on the corner of her lips, behind that glittery veil? - move.
Trust in this.