Experience at Big Bend With Wet Cats

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Experience at Big Bend With Wet Cats

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This is probably one of the stranger drawings I've done, with an aerial view of the Rio Grande at Big Bend National Park, Texas, a few soaking wet cats, and the lizards of the twin realities. The red lizard is objective, measurable reality - that which doesn't change when we humans look or think about it. The green lizard is the lizard of our subjective experiences, of our mythos, of the story we tell ourselves about the world. Neither would be a complete picture of the world without the other, so at least for us humans, their tails are inexorably intertwined. You can see where they lead, though the further away you get from the source, the more confused the realities become. Where did they originate, anyway? It can be hard to tell!

This drawing was originally done with ink, watercolor, and prismacolor marker.
11" x 14" large or 8.5" x 11" small archival quality laser print

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