One of a series of six "heron in a circle" piece made in late 2018.
I am not sure why I am continuing with a fascination for birds enclosed in circles.
Maybe I empathize with caged creatures like the rooster that crows every morning, vital with life. Or, perhaps a bird enclosed in a circle reminds me of how I am surrounded, limited but protected by the environment around me. Or it may be that I see circles as pleasing forms, complete.