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Painting: Acrylic, Oil, Watercolor, Marker on Canvas.
My visit to Japan during the time my grandmother was sick, in 2018 inspired this. I remember I was sitting down, after hearing the news of my grandmother's illness and I was crying uncontrollably. When I looked up, to pray to God, I saw the sakura flowers were looking at me. It felt as though these flowers were consoling me, looking so serene. Sakura, a symbol of fragility refers to how indeed fragile our precious little lives are. It is all about making impact in another's life, simply with our presence. Just like what the sakura did to me when I scrutinized its beauty.
I hope, those who purchases this art, will understand the beauty of all our short lives, and you too, will live a fulfilling life, despite everything that may be occurring to you.