From the artist:
The word nature is derived from the Latin word Natura which translates to "essential qualities, innate disposition," and in ancient times, literally meant "birth," from natus"born," past participle of nasci, "to be born." This etymology was the main inspiration for this piece. As such, the composition is populated with symbols and motifs that represent, in one way or another, humanity's continuing efforts to better understand ourselves, our environment, and our place in the cosmos (represented by the chalkboard background) by looking to origin. I felt that the spiraling horns sitting atop the arrangement were a fitting visual-analogy in this regard---with the size and weight steadily growing as they near their point of origin. Other included subjects represent different aspects of this ongoing quest, and I hope that viewers enjoy the investigation to uncover their meaning.
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