This piece means a lot to me. In this art work you will see references to connections - connections between people from different times and places. You see a woman and a baby floating in a swirl of rich crimson, which is actually a nebula that exists in our universe that is called The Fox Fur Nebula. They are looking down at the activity below. Is the child soul choosing where to be born? Is the woman an angel, is she Mary? Your opinion as the viewer is personal and yours alone. At lower left is a mother with her two children in Japan, where there is another reference to the fox, represented by the Shinto statue of Inari. In many cultures, foxes are considered, intelligent, magical creatures, associated with creativity and change. You can also see two children in Mesa Verde, eight hundred years ago, placing a wreath of flowers around the neck of their pet fox. Also in the painting is an African man, watching the sun setting over the savanna, the home of the native 'sand fox'. I wanted to get across the concept that there is an element of mystery to our lives. We are all born to a certain place and time, but we could just as well have experienced some other life entirely. We are all living under the same sky and have the same basic needs.We are all connected.
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