“The four-winged Phoenix came to me at the peak time of the pandemic, in the second half of April. I know for a fact that after any sunset there will be a dawn. He appeared as a symbol of rebirth and renewal, a sign of nature’s fierce yet protective nature,” recalled Weld Queen.
The two upper wings of the Phoenix show the power of nature, enthusiasm, and recovery from any adversity. Humanity, subjected to a variety of trials and overcoming them, finds a way to grow and develop. The lower wings, folded in a gesture of embrace, reflect the maternal care of Nature, protecting, nurturing, and guiding her children.
8,7 x 7,3 x 3,4 m