Uncertainty 11.7X11.7in original ink on bristol board
This piece is inspired by the teachings of Ani Pema Chodron when she speaks of the freedom found in not knowing. It's not to be dismissive of knowledge, but about letting go of attachment to our opinions, to being 'right' in a way that means someone else must be 'wrong'. It's acknowledging that learning is a constant process, never ending. The mind that is certain is rigid, fixated and closed. The mind that is uncertain is curious, asks questions and remains open.