Get Something And Wave
44″ x24″ x17″
Get Something and Wave
Each wave celebrates as it rushes, roaring to the shore.And each dies away so soon, recognizing that its glory is only “reflected”. None is just like the one before but they are so, so similar. And they all give praise. Whether three-feet or ten feet, they all die the same death, at a gentle shore.Each does its best in the moment that it has.
“…there is a tide in the affairs of men, which taken at the flood, leads on to fame and fortune…”
Each of us has a duty to do the same, to enjoy, to give thanks and praise; to seize the moment.
This work speaks of harmonious celebration.It speaks of jumping in a masquerade carnival band in Trinidad and Tobago.It speaks of the “Mexican Wave” at a football match.It speaks of the light-hearted celebration of fun in unison. It speaks of “joie de vivre”. It speaks of symmetry, equality, and one’s best.