Here we have the struggle turned into victory; the nightmare into a dream. This might be why we no longer see the filtering presence of the dream-catcher. The depiction of rabbits in these two works, I just realized, has a very Alice in Wonderland feel. Is this intentional? - a comment on how we are peering through the 'looking glass.'
Again the balanced tone is carried through into this work. I am curious about some of the elements of this and the previous piece: the bubbles which float in the darkness, the trees with hanging fruit and what appears to be butterflies and the otherwise barren landscape that makes up the dreamscape. Is there a broader significance here.?
Well, it's hard to evaluate a surreal piece, except for the execution (which is excellent), and the overall feel of the picture. I find this very peaceful and serene...maybe it's the organic elements, like the branches with butterflies(?) that soften a cold image like the moon. Maybe it's the bunnies! In any case, no clue what it means, or if it means anything. But it's a nice piece.