8" x 10"
Laser print on archival photo paper
This piece entitled Sharing is part of a series called Letting Go and explores the juxtaposition that exists behind the concept of letting go - that in order to let go in life, you must release the tight grasp you have. But that's not so easy. Usually, when it's time to let go, our instinct is to hold on tighter. To clench, to grasp, to crush. We try so hard to hold on to the one thing that we're afraid of losing, even if it doesn't serve us, that we actually end up losing ourselves, our light and our power in the process.
There is something beautiful and raw about the tension that exists in that moment of realization when it’s time to let go of the pain while still finding a way to hold onto oneself.
This print was made from an original mixed media illustration using Indian ink and acrylic paint.
A variation of this illustration is also available in yellow, here.
More info about this product:
This print is available for pickup in downtown Hamilton, but is also small enough to ship. After purchasing the artist will reach out to you to arrange either pickup or shipping. Please use the Contact page for any inquiries about shipping or pickup options. (Frame is not included.)
*This is a print from an original work by Tania LaCaria, it is a duplicate of an original illustration.