arsenic and ada’s climate lace

Description
This artwork explores the jackal’s eternal themes of beauty, destruction and hope. The symbolism of the cross used in the brushstrokes is a bit ambiguous. For example, in mathematics the cross means to multiply and the positivity of rapid growth patterns. In another context the cross is a symbol of something that is wrong or cancelled. And in a third context the cross has been appropriated in Christian symbolism as a representation of guilt and shame. The jackal prefers the mathematical definition.
$3,250.00
This artwork explores the jackal’s eternal themes of beauty, destruction and hope. The symbolism of the cross used in the brushstrokes is a bit ambiguous. For example, in mathematics the cross means to multiply and the positivity of rapid growth patterns. In another context the cross is a symbol of something that is wrong or cancelled. And in a third context the cross has been appropriated in Christian symbolism as a representation of guilt and shame. The jackal prefers the mathematical definition.