Aisumasen (I’m Sorry) (1979)
John and Yoko sit back-to-back, touching, gaining strength from each other. Tears fall from Yoko’s eyes; John’s look registers sadness and introspection.
This drawing bares their souls to one another (and to us). They sit exposed to the world, their emotions visible in their faces.
Two people who are able to love and wise enough to know when to say “I’m sorry.” The sun shines and the clouds roll away the mists of pain.
Paper: 20″ x 24″
Method: Hand-Pulled silk screen Serigraph
Printers: Atelier GF, Toronto, Canada
Collection: Dakota Days