Yggdrasil (All Things Are Alive 31).

Yggdrasil (All Things Are Alive 31)

My largest drawing to date, this piece appeared in a show at the Oak Park Arts League gallery. Yggdrasil is the tree of life in Norse mythology, an eternal green ash tree that undergirds all of reality. It stands in the middle of the world with branches that stretch out over all of the realms. Yggdrasil is a vivid metaphor for the interconnectivity of all reality. It was drawn with 115 individual markers on acid-free archival cardstock, and is framed on white-matte with museum-quality non-reflective glass to protect against color loss in light. See the second image below for the framed appearance. Prints are also available.

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I seek through my art to represent the life and movement that makes up the entire universe. There is no surface or area of space that is not filled with energy and movement; quantum particles pop in and out of existence even in deepest space. It’s the quantum foam of existence. So through my detailed marker drawings, I am representing this endless energy and the unity of animate and inanimate objects—at a subatomic level, it is all one. Matter is just one form of energy. I’m creating a sensation of life through inorganic abstract shapes.

Framed appearance:

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