Single sheet of black paper cut with scissors. Mandala Series.
The fox is thinking about his existence. He has front legs of a rabbit and not those of a fox because he feels sympathy for the rabbits that he eats and tries to relate to them (evoking the proverb: “to be in someone else’s shoes”). When you look at his eyes, you can see that one of the eyes looks sad and the other look vicious, as if he would have bipolar disorder. So you can see in his eyes the yin/yang that’s in every creature. The forest that surrounds the fox shows the life cycle of the rabbit.
Size: 19 x 19 x 0.25 in. Frame 27.5 x 27.5 x 1.13 in.
Weight: 7.70 lbs
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