Head or tail?
In 2019, I found myself walking through the streets of New York City.
Immersed in the hustle and bustle of the city, I noticed very few stopped to pay attention to the homeless, who lived in huddled masses against the backdrop of a city that’s supposed to be one of the pinnacles of the world.
Some people, all they have is money.
I used serpent-like strokes on the right side of the piece to depict the grisly race of trying to out-eat your neighbor.
There’s always a bigger snake.
In the shadow of the serpents lies a tree, which offers healing and respite in the middle of a world that seems intent on enslaving itself – to itself.