'The Way of Water," 1/1. Water can abruptly rip the side from a mountain or erode the hardest stone. Its freeze/thaw cycle can turn concrete or stone to rubble. Stone can resist all it wants, but in the end, well, think Grand Canyon. Momentum and flow are forces gained by gathering motion that drive toward critical mass where real change occurs. Actions—whether to resist, or create momentum and flow, to "become water"—are consequential. Water always wins.
Copyright retained by artist. Michelle Louis, 2022, Created in Wisconsin/USA, 1/1 abstract