2004│Acrylic, canvas(Set of 2) Collection of the Artist
“Really quite small, and flat, too.” However, I still can’t get beyond that. When a duck can’t get away from the water (or a honeybee from its hive), what is it looking at? The answer, like imagining an oak tree while being in the tropics, is maintained by something we refer to as the comfort of faith. Because of this uncertain tolerance, we, too, are protected from our daily suspicions and despair, or so he says.Is this any time to get excited over “how smooth it is”? If the balancing bar in your hand were to be pinned down (even if you were a tightrope walker), you know you’d fall. What is necessary in order to escape the extremities is, first of all, a bad temper. Same goes for the indecisiveness of a hawk hunting its prey. Maybe this is what they call a double effect. The only things you can count on in this life are these accurate variables, she admonished.