We often dream of a miracle, about how it would be wonderful to catch a gold magic fish. Then our sanguine delusions take us to some fantastic beach, and we sail into the distance, dreaming, dreaming and dreaming, fabricating delusive situations. And with these unreal sanguine nets, in which we definitely start to believe, we are trying to catch our personal gold magic fish, thinking that we deserve nonchalance, enjoyment, power and fame. But a miracle is safely guarded from our selfishness and pride, protected by an impregnable wall of the guards, by those phantoms which beckon us to some relaxing smoke where in fact we get not a delightful gold fish but an insidious huge crab. At the beginning it destroys our dreams and then, if we do not loose the net in time with our vain imaginations, we ourselves will be transformed into mouth-watering bait.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.