Woman In Snow In Central Park—She Is Strong Enough To Resist The Prevailing Winds
My friend Alison Rusza, who lives in New York City, made this print or however it would be properly termed, of a person in the snow.
(Update–It is glass and paint.)
Since it has been snowing so much in New York City this year, and since trees are in the picture, I’d say it is a representation of a woman in Central Park while it is snowing.
You see that she is confident by herself.
You see that the woman is not deterred by the fact that the snow pile and blowing trees are much bigger than she.
You see that she is leaning in the opposite direction of the wind.
This is a person who does more than just move in whatever direction the wind is blowing.
In the top left, you see that the sun is making an appearance. The light of the sun is reflected in the snow drift even as the snow flakes continue to fall.
Life is many things at once. It is natural that some of these things contradict each other.
This picture is good-natured and it has substance.
Good-natured and substantive at the same time is a useful thing to accomplish.
Thanks to Alison for allowing me to use it on the blog.