change of state
the night goes - the morning comes.
An unclothed woman with a sword on the seashore, looking towards the sunrise. She is still partially obscured by a black mist. The sword is drenched in blood.
With this picture I have processed a personal, serious illness although other interpretations such as the struggle between "good and evil" are also possible.
An illness is always very personal and one cannot hide. Therefore, the person is naked and unprotected, as created by nature/God. The woman has sweat on her body, obviously she has had a hard time, which also shows in the dark mist she has left behind. But the woman looks forward in a proud attitude. She has overcome the darkness and looks forward to a new day, to a new life, to the sunrise. There is blood on the sword she carries, there has obviously been a fight or an operation, but she has survived. However, black birds also come out of the darkness and there are also still dark clouds in the sky, so it is never quite clear whether the evil has been overcome for good. This is also expressed by the sea with ebb and flow (life and death). The sand on the sea stands as a symbol for time like the sand in an hourglass. The person's gaze is directed towards the birds, he is preoccupied with them and is certainly still thinking intensely about them.
The texture superimposed on the image is modelled on the structure of a bandage.
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