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"Kosa Building"

Clay Original
27 " H, 18" W, 15 1/2" D


This pueblo clown has made his stripes into bricks, which he has laid between the opposite ends of light and dark. The message is about being able to hold light and darkness without turning it into grey. Sometimes we need clarity of opposites to see what we are working with. To hold this position is possibly on of the hardest feats humans have to learn.




Photo by: Phil Karshis



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