celebration of foolish

Anzhi Ye
Illustration (School of Art and Design)

About this Item

Title
celebration of foolish
Contributor Names
Ye, Anzhi (Creator, Illustrator)
Tabbutt, Steven (Instructor)
Date
2023
Summary
My mural reflects on the Buddhist "Three Poisons" (Traya Klesha): greed, hatred, and foolish, depicting them as a pig, snake, and bird, symbolizing the cyclic entrapment in ignorance (Avidyā) and Samsara's perpetual suffering.
Type
Still Image
Mural paintings (visual works)
Public art
Medium/Materials/Techniques
Chalk, water
Medium (Terms)
Chalk
Program/Course Information
Program: Illustration BFA
Course: IL 491 Mentor/Specialization Projects I
Fall 2023, Semester 7
Professor: Steven Tabbutt
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Identifier
FIT Repository ID: chalk-2023_0032

Citation

Ye, A. (2023). celebration of foolish. FIT Institutional Repository. https://institutionalrepository.fitnyc.edu/item/131130
Ye, Anzhi. Celebration of Foolish. 2023. FIT Digital Repository, https://institutionalrepository.fitnyc.edu/item/131130
Ye, Anzhi. "Celebration of Foolish." FIT Digital Repository, 2023. https://institutionalrepository.fitnyc.edu/item/131130