1970; original 76 x 63.5 cm reproduction: printed 200 gsm satin 65% (approx.) original size custom size on request
The States of Man

Man Awakening

Artist's note: Here is a man who has understood something about the state of sleep he is in and is fighting against the inertia of the body. He is still lopsided but knows he is in the jail of the senses so he has a possibility of getting out. He is connected by his own efforts to the atmosphere of the Sun and, although he still has the Moon in him, is aware of the fact. Yellow, being one of the parts of orange, is used in the painting to denote the atmosphere of the Sun.