Sorting Through Fate
by Stephanie Inagaki
Even when life seems like a huge mess of chaos and unknowing, we need to sort through ourselves first in order to figure out where the best place to start is.
This drawing is contiguous with my recent themes of love, loss, the subsequent grief and hope, my representation of corvids as Love & Loyalty, and the Japanese concept of musubi. Musubi has numerous meanings from connecting people, representing the flow of time, knotting- which is also time, unraveling – breaking – connecting again.
Framing courtesy of Museum Quality Framing. The frame has been upcycled and there is a small ding on the bottom side. The drawing is preserved with an acid free backing, spacers, and museum glass. It is ready to hang.
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