Artwork title: “Mothers and Fathers”⁠

Medium: Colored pencil on paper

Dimensions: 6 x 13


Each artwork is accompanied by its own narrative  //  "This demonstrates some simple variation in the way the Old Bynsch Language can be written. Reading from left to right, the first symbol is ‘Mother’. The Second symbol is ‘Offspring’ or ‘Tomorrow’. The third symbol means ‘Father’. The last of the symbols, facing each other to indicate a grouping or pairing, reads ‘Mothers’ and ‘Fathers’."


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"Mothers and Fathers" Original piece by Jorie Jenkins