Wishes Yet To Be Made

mixed media By Sam Heydt

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Print Paper: Hahnemuhle Premium Photo Rag Fine Art Archival Paper
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SKU: 9201-1114H-NONE
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Created in 2020. Artwork Dimensions (w x h x d): 80 x 50 x 4 in. "Wishes yet to be Made" is a mixed media piece that explores the human need to create meaning in rituals and myths, and the power of these traditions to shape our understanding of the world around us. The piece features eight iterations of a woman blowing a dandelion, a symbol of childhood innocence and the fleeting nature of life. Through its evocative imagery and use of mixed media techniques, "Wishes yet to be Made" invites viewers to consider the ways in which our beliefs and rituals shape our perceptions of the world, and the power of these traditions to help us navigate the uncertainties of life. The repeated image of the woman blowing the dandelion speaks to the universality of this ritual, and the way in which it has been passed down through generations as a means of expressing our hopes and dreams. Ultimately, "Wishes yet to be Made" is a testament to the enduring power of human creativity and imagination, and a celebration of the ways in which we use art and ritual to make sense of the world and connect with one another. The piece encourages viewers to reflect on the role of tradition and myth in their own lives, and to embrace the power of creativity and imagination to shape their own sense of meaning and purpose.