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Dimensions: 17 long
x 19 high x 11 deep
Medium: various woods, glass
This piece is currrently on
Hambleton Galleries, Kelowna, BC
Permanence implies continued existence. But in the case of death,
permanence implies, among other things, continued non-existence.
For me this absolute eternalness is the greatest source of grief for
survivors. Putting this simple fact into perspective can help us toward
accepting death as a natural part of each of our lives. With this piece I
attempt to show the relationship between those that have died and the
and that death is not so bad as it may seem.