What if death is asking you for a last dance, do you take her hand?
Who is the loved one who did take her hand and began a dance to the sun moon and stars?
Maybe your dad, mother, sibling, child, grandparents, a friend, the neighbour who waved every time in the window.
Saying this, I want somebody to introduce to you:
“Lily” a last dance with dead.. A bridge between two worlds.
About the artist
Catherina Pearls, also known as Ciska Verkerk, was born in Culemborg, Netherlands in 1994.
She draws inspiration from the darkness, shadows, and contrasts of life, using her drawings and paintings to initiate a dialogue with herself. Through her pencil and ink, she communicates with her work, creating stories that revolve around the keywords of survival, recognition, and emotions. Her events are relatable to everyone with a significant inspiration drawn from her traumatic childhood.
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