Frame of Reference

United States

Size: 14 H x 11 W x 0.1 in

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Art Description

Drawing: Pen and Ink

Ancient lore refers to our life as a "stitch in time," while new physics point toward a collection of alternate universes parallel to our own. At the smallest levels of our knowing, electrons pop into and out of existence. Where do they go?

Might the needles that sew us to our own fabric, poke thru, tiny holes in the mesh?

The more we explore our world, the more questions we collect. And our collective sense of wonder expands.

Physics finds that observance of natural phenomenon influences outcomes. A conclusion?, our options are largely limited by our own imagination.

Change is a constant, and we do well to move with the wind.

Keywords: person, physics, space, time, universe, change, human

Subjects: Fantasy

Styles: Abstract Expressionism

Mediums: Pen and Ink

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