Who Turned the Lights Out?


Article: Black & white print on Lenox acid free paper

Image size: 12″x12″, Paper size: 15″X15.75″,  Framed: 20″X20″

Our lives tend to become very mechanical and habitual when we get caught up in the day to day realities of existence. Most of the time we operate in the ‘auto’ mode not taking time to pause and reflect upon what is happening around us. So when my six-year old grand daughter uttered playfully, “Who turned the lights out?” after covering her face with her mother’s hat, it made me realize that it is we ourselves who go through life in an unthinking manner.

Based on a true story, the print is a part of the series, “Lessons Learned from Six-year Olds”. Each piece is hand-printed by the artist. A portion of the money from the sale of this print is donated to mental health.



Black & white print – part of the series, “Lessons Learned from Six-year Olds”

The inspiration for this print  came from the following incident. One day my six-year old granddaughter, Shaela, put her Mom’s hat on her head and practically covered her whole face. Then she started giggling and said, “Who turned the Lights Out?” This sentence of hers struck me like a ton of bricks. It made me think, how often we go through life with blinders on and don’t take the time to reflect or think about what is important and why we are doing what we are doing.

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