For many hundreds of years Japanese myth and folklore have told stories about the Kitsune, the Japanese fox and its magical powers. A being best treated in a nice way unless one would want to suffer the consequences of its more mischevious and cunning side. In this painting the artist Senju plays with the fox’s ability to shift shape. The question is wether the fox really changes? Or is it all in our minds? Today’s western modern human being has lost her touch with the nature surrounding us, regarding it even as sometimes hostile. Unable to connect with the forest in a deep and natural way, our minds has perhaps begun playing tricks on us…
Printed on 350 gsm Hahnemuhle Museum Etching Paper in various sizes. Each size is a highly limited edition of 20 signed and numbered copies. Each print is stamped with the artist personal Hanko (traditional Japanese red seal) and comes with a letter of autenthicity.
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