Pam Comeau (Pamela) PAC1111

Original work. The crow and the dove are often thought of as symbolisms for good and bad.
In this painting, there is a play on yin yang. Good and bad interact with each other. I express this by dividing each bird into two halves, the top half is seen as the image of a bird, while the second halves are empty but outlined in opposing colors.
Everything considered good and everything considered bad are just two parts of the same. They exist together.
This painting is influenced by buddhism.

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18 × 36 × 1.5 in (H × W × D)
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Oil on canvas

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