Wednesday, February 2, 2011



Here a winged figure is restrained by an enclosure of some kind.  She cannot fly and must accept the galling limitations of her circumstance, as painful as they are for a winged creature who longs for freedom and light.  Sometime we must accept limitations.  They may be unfair, and are always frustrating if not maddening;  at such times it's vital to find internal balance, to know what future goals you have to sustain you, and most of all, to remember that you have, nevertheless, wings to fly with eventually.

Reversed:  You may be the agent of your own perceived limitation, keeping yourself in a narrow prison of your own design because you are so desperately afraid of freedom.  Open your wings, open the door, and walk outside, even if your first steps must be "baby steps".

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All artwork is copyright Lauren Raine MFA (2011)

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