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Synchronicity

by Abram Bebo June 05, 2011 0 Comments

 

This piece was definitely a good test for my patience. It was honestly starting to wear on me at about the 2 month mark so after a total of around 4 months I was rather relieved to feel like I was coming to the end. It's projects like these, however, that constantly reaffirm the value of patience in my life.

I'm a big fan of Carl Jung and many of his concepts. This piece was named after one of my favorites. I'm fascinated by the incredible amount of profound and unseen connections we make with our existence and the way they shape our being - especially the ones that happen beyond our senses.

We are auctioning off the first of 25 canvas wrapped sets to our Facebook fans, and the rest will be up for sale shortly.




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