Drawing

Physical description

A drawing and a poem on a piece of white scrap paper. The paper and drawing are both vertically oriented. At the top of the paper, "Our Ancestors are always with us," is printed by hand in pink ink. Positioned below in the center of the page is a human skull with two fins extending outwards from the skull. The skull and the two fins are decorated with crisscrossing assemblages of blue lines of varying lengths and thicknesses. Pink dots line the edge of the skull's circular eye sockets. The right eye socket is an unconnected circle; pink dots extend from the eye socket to form four swirling lines of varying heights in the white space outside the skull. The left fin extends out of the top of the skull; the interior is decorated with a wide pink arch filled with pink dots and a short yellow line, and a pink dotted ovoid. The right fin is drawn extending inversely from the jaw of the skull; the interior is decorated with a wide pink arch filled with pink dots, and a pink circular ovoid. Below the drawing, the lines "No Matter where we are; who we are with; what we do; what time it is; No Matter," are printed in pink ink. In the bottom right corner is the artist's signature, a "M" with a line through it and two dots. On the reverse-side, three hill-like shapes in pencil extend from the left edge of the page.