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Life is like a maze, isn't it? I've always been fascinated by a maze. Well, maybe not always--but at least as far back as Alice in Wonderland. A maze needs to have some level of complexity to be attractive. As humans, we are born curious, and a maze requires curiosity. One of my favorite things to do when I design a piece of art is to offer the viewer a little fun. Maybe a puzzle or problem to solve. Some of these are obvious--some are hidden--some were completely illusive and only thought of as I painted. This maze is a symbol of hope. It has not one, but two ways out. It serves as a reminder that when a problem seems impossible, there is a solution--sometimes more than one. Art and Photography by Christina Cook Lee, Interior Design by Doshia Wagner of NonStop Staging.