The Heart Keeps Looking at Itself Limited Edition Print – Smaller Size
Signed and numbered edition limited of 200.
Printed on demand, so please allow two weeks for printing and shipping.
16 x 20 in. (40.6 x 50.8 cm) – Slightly smaller than original drawing and a standard frame size for affordable framing.
Printed with archival inks which means the ink wont fade to last decades on an heavy weight photo-rag paper, thick and soft, similar to the paper the original drawing was made on.
All prints are shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube, rolled safely in a protective sleeve. Because of the aggressive nature of the mail system, this has proven to be both the safest, and most affordable shipping method. All products are packaged by just little ole me so please allow up to three weeks to receive your purchase (a month for international orders). I try to send orders out one to two times a week, but sometimes life has hiccups!
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The heart keeps looking for itself.
We often hope to outrun our growing pains, this notion of actualizing, of achieving a place where we will understand and no longer need to wrestle through our daily lives. The falsity that wisdom is stable and being good is doing things right.
We keep growing. We talk to ourselves, and I wonder who that other is- the one we are asking the questions to, or defending ourselves against, or silencing. We are not stable beings with stable answers, I cannot brainstorm a single thing that is. So we must keep learning, keep walking forward, keep being reintroduced to our new self, the one that’s taking in humanity, the one that knows wisdom is flexible and forgiving, the bend of a snakes back. We must be courageous to love ourselves, and be brave to stand up for others. We matter, our thoughts and bodies matter, our ideas and neighbors and earth matters. And as long as things matter, then we must continue to look for ourselves, and see how to grow next, one heartbeat at a time.