Category: Abstract Traditional Art
Posted: October 28, 2019

Watch my back.

Pack of Wolves

by nickcirrone Interested in this? Contact The Artist

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This piece is about building the circle you see fit. The person we cross paths with can either make or break your inner circle. If they come along and stay long enough for the ride, they're part of the pack. But the ones who are not in it to win it will leave you to the slaughter. If your circle is short but functions like an unstoppable force of nature, consider yourselves a gifted bunch. So long as there's no bad blood holding you back that is. Size in numbers don't always matter. All that should count is your members of the tribe want to achieve the same level of greatness as you do without calling it quits before it's even begun. In trust yourself to fully run the circle to think and act accordingly with confidence or else the plan of attack will surely backfire along the way. Trust in one's leadership to lead the charge is a viable asset within any group, the glue that binds everything in place. Once that bond has been sealed, you can depend on your wolf pack to watch your back every step of the way, as any good leader would in return for one of their own. Leaders don?t force us to follow them, they invite you on a journey.

Over the years I've grown to realize that making friends with the right crowd isn't what it's cut out to be. There are those that stick with you through thick and thin, then there are those that'll tell you you're their number one until you are no longer of any use to them, leaving you to the said "slaughter". In my eyes, family is and will always be our true friends because even when a challenge leaves us feeling defeated, we don't tap out and toss in the towel even when we're tempted to. With the right circle, nothing is impossible. Life after all is about the journey. Inspiration came from my mural of which contained Indians finding their spirit animals. In this case, a wolf I felt represented a certain family dynamic. Half of one's face can be seen from afar.
Post Type: Mixed Media Traditional Art
Mixed Media: Medium Half a wolf's face was used as the layout of what goes where, everything else seen all comes from my head. Mix of purples and teals serve as black and white hues.

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