How to stop worrying and start living 60x60x2.5cm

R7,500.00

My “tongue in the cheek” painting.
The idea of this painting sprouted out of a conversation we had on Old Years Eve.
Happy- not Happy
Making the best of the situation.
Water instead of wine so to speak, no travel plans for the immediate future, waiting for the planets to align 😉 so that we can start living full-on again…
And the beautiful story of folding origami cranes for healing…
“Traditionally, it was believed that if one folded 1000 origami cranes, one’s wish would come true.
It has also become a symbol of hope and healing during challenging times.”
As a result, it has become popular to fold 1000 cranes (in Japanese, called “senbazuru”). The cranes are strung together on strings – usually 25 strings of 40 cranes each – and given as gifts.
Blogpost in www.Japanesesalon.nl
Acrylic on stretched canvas

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60x60cm Painting How to stop worrying and start living
My “tongue in the cheek” painting.
The idea of this painting sprouted out of a conversation we had on Old Years Eve.
Happy- not Happy
Making the best of the situation.
Water instead of wine so to speak, no travel plans for the immediate future, waiting for the planets to align 😉 so that we can start living full-on again…
And the beautiful story of folding origami cranes for healing…
“Traditionally, it was believed that if one folded 1000 origami cranes, one’s wish would come true.
It has also become a symbol of hope and healing during challenging times.”
As a result, it has become popular to fold 1000 cranes (in Japanese, called “senbazuru”). The cranes are strung together on strings – usually 25 strings of 40 cranes each – and given as gifts.
Blogpost in www.Japanesesalon.nl

Additional information

Dimensions 60 × 60 × 2.5 cm