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Black jungle Clocks by juan roldan
Black jungle Clocks by juan roldan

Clocks, Black jungle

by juan roldan

Jungle fever

Finding harmony in the chaos of nature....... The butterfly as a symbol of resurrection  -   around the world,  people view the butterfly as representing endurance, change, hope, and life. There is no doubt that signifies  fragility, freedom and change.

Beauty and  nature are the very simple yet complex elements which we have been privileged to inherit,  but so often don’t notice as we are trapped in the rush for the unknown.
According to some ancient cultures there was a belief that the Gods would use butterfly’s as a way of delivering messages of protection,peace and love.

This is all about a state of mind  -   a way to express my emotions by colour and composition. Movement is a key to this particular exercise.

No animals were harmed in the production of these pictures.

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A round glass 12" diameter unique printed Wall Clock, ideal for creating original interiors.The clock sits 1.75" deep and requires 1 AA battery (not included). Please allow up to 5 working days for delivery as each wall clock is custom made with care for you after order.
Categories: Abstract, Animals, Love, Mixed Media

Clocks, Black jungle

by juan roldan

£30.00
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Jungle fever Finding harmony in the chaos of nature....... The butterfly as a symbol of resurrection  -   around the world,  people view the butterfly as representing endurance, change, hope, and life. There is no doubt that signifies  fragility, freedom and change. Beauty and  nature are the very simple yet complex elements which we have been privileged to inherit,  but so often don’t notice as we are trapped in the rush for the unknown. According to some ancient cultures there was a belief that the Gods would use butterfly’s as a way of delivering messages of protection,peace and love. This is all about a state of mind  -   a way to express my emotions by colour and composition. Movement is a key to this particular exercise. No animals were harmed in the production of these pictures.