moonlight(charcoal on paper, 14” x 26” original)
The consistency of sin is that it is ever changing.
What was taboo in a previous era is often quite ordinary in the next.
The word “sin,” is derived from the name of a Babylonian moon deity.
And like the ever-changing faces of the moon, the definition of
This depiction of a moon goddess is composed with elements similar
to that of a ying and yang. They both show the juxtaposition of the light
and darkness in perfect balance.