by in 2014, Sculptings Size: 3′ x 4′ (91 x 121 cm)Medium: Watercolor, acrylic, ink, glitter on paper; papier-mâché, gold leaf, found objects

Similar to The Dark Towers and Monckeydom, Honeymilk and Swan Song are on opposite sides of the same paper and also involve a struggle.

While the former refer to dynamism, the latter reveal a struggle between interior and exterior nurturance, and finding peace and personal space in between the two. Any amount of success in this balance drips down into the heart hanging from the base of the painting.

This artwork is part of the "Sculptings" portfolio.