Son Of Snake Woman

MinoYasue

Calgary, Canada

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Artist's Description

This painting is done to illustrate it. Regardless a mother devotes her love and affection to raise her son, she has to face to his betray when the situation arises. I am not talking about only a snake case; this is merely a symbolism, and it applies at an individual human life.

While ago, when I was watching the film ‘Natural Born Killer’, a tale about snake told by an old Indian man actually caught my attention. Some may recall, but it goes like this:

Once upon a time, a woman was picking up firewood.
She came upon a poisonous snake frozen in the snow.
She took the snake home and nursed it back to health.
One day the snake bit her on the cheek.
As she lay dying, she asked the snake,
“Why have you done this to me?”
And the snake answered,
“Look bitch, you knew I was a snake”

Natural Born Killer


This is done with Acrylic on relatively large canvas (24″×36″)

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