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Reflection of the Lost Garden

The triptych "Reflection of the Lost Garden" offers a contemporary perspective on the well-known biblical narrative. At its core are the figures of Adam and Eve, who are compelled to leave paradise in search of new opportunities and a better life. They serve as symbols of adaptation to unfamiliar conditions, overcoming challenges, and striving for self-improvement.

Exploring their portrayal, the project reveals aspects of modern life where people face complex choices. The first humans, upon leaving paradise, find themselves needing to adapt to various situations, including cultural, linguistic, and social aspects of their new place of residence.

Similarly, immigrants leaving their native countries are forced to acclimate to previously unknown ways of life and social norms, requiring flexibility, effort, and determination.

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