Belief in Flight


A woman dances at sunset, her arms raised as if seeking harmony with the universe. Sunbeams caress her body, revealing bee wings on her back. A tattooed phrase, “bumblebee shouldn’t be able to flight; but it doesn’t know that,” now gains meaning, reminding us that often, true strength lies in believing in what we are capable of. This is a moment of awareness and empowerment, where the wings symbolize our intrinsic ability to fly, if only we believe.

This piece is a symbolic representation of how often believing in ourselves and self-esteem are crucial in achieving goals and fulfilling dreams. I would venture to say that believing in oneself is more important than one’s potential because it serves no purpose if we do not see it and dare to spread our wings; that is the main meaning of this artwork.

Art works from the collection

Beyond Boundaries Flight Collection