All I Have Yet To Be
In Japan, the cherry blossom flower or Sakura as its known is honoured and revered, symbolising rebirth, spring, and renewal. It blossoms for only two weeks, and has become a metaphor for fragility and the transience of life. In China, the blossom flower signifies love and the power of women – their beauty, and strength.
Together these meanings behind the blossom flower create a beautiful symbolism that is the perfect fit for what I wanted to express with this piece. Life is short, life is fragile, but life is full of the wonder of all that is still to come – all that we are yet to be.
Original charcoal and mixed media artwork on cotton canvas
Size: 80cm x 80cm x 3.5cm
FRAMED in a beautiful kit wood frame
Sealed, varnished and ready to hang. See below for shipping.
Prints will be packaged in a postal tube for ease of delivery. (NOTE: all prints are sold and shipped unframed).
Please allow approx 7-10 working days for printing and delivery to main cities within South Africa and 2-3 weeks for international shipping. Note: more distant and remote areas may take slightly longer.
Please allow approx. 2-3 weeks for international shipping.