Animal Procession

Linda Ursin

Soknedal, Norway

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The eighty-sixth symbol is an animal procession, specifically two goats, a pig, and a ram. The painting was based on a stone carving from a temple in Malta. Animal processions, especially those that are circular, are thought to portray the cycles of time, the same way the Zodiac does. The texture in the background was created by using a straw to blow the paint across the paper.

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