Ying Yang art

I am of the belief that creating art is a very personal experience; as is the viewing of art.

This “Ying Yang series” of oil pastels that I’ve created came from my personal experience that with everything I do,  feel,  or participate in as a human being,  there is a keen awareness  of my opposite or alter ego —  my shadow-self or spirit.

I believe that we are never alone and we can always tap into this subtle energy —  or spirit —  of ourselves to learn more about who we are (or just to have some fun with).

©Jay Mora-Shihadeh

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    1. Thank you…I love color. BTW I found your post on traffic (which I see you are super close to me) HYSTERICAL!

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      1. :-).. for the short term..making plans to move to New Orleans!!! Won’t miss this traffic..lol

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