SIDDHARTHA and THE FERRYMAN
"Often in the evening they sat down on the bole of the tree by the riverbank, Both holding silent and listening to the water"
"The river is everywhere at once, at its origin and at its mouth, at the waterfall, at the ferry, at the rapids, in the sea, in the mountains, Everywhere at the same time, and for it only the present exists."
By Herman Hesse
Stoneware casting on a wood base 16"D20W15H