A tribute to Robert Frost's famous poem, "The Road Not Taken," this piece is a subtle attempt to express a lesser known interpretation in which the narrator recounts the day with a lie: that the road he chose was less traveled and therefore more significant, when in fact both roads were the same.
The Poem is seen as quintessentially American and has been quoted incorrectly for over a hundred years, but has gained it's fame from a perceived individualistic expression. If you'd like to read the article which inspired this drawing, here you go: http://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2015/09/11/the-most-misread-poem-in-america/
Born and raised in Hawaii, I've been around natural beauty all my life. Through college I dabbled in many different media and determined that of the arts, traditional drawing was what I most enjoyed.
I believe that much of the beauty of art comes from the ability for the artist to discover through mistakes; a trickle of paint that couldn’t have been planned, a line askew that forms the spine of inspiration. Repercussions are part of the human existence and I choose to replicate that experience in my art so as it may become more beautiful an endeavor.
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.