The artwork is symbolic of a child who feels free and has no worry/child that feels great – flying through the air with arms outspread or child jumping towards the sun, grasping all opportunities.
Alternatively, the artwork can be viewed as "in process" growth – the part of the child representing the stem and the leaves and the sun being a flower.
Gold: evokes the feeling of prestige, gold signifies – illumination, wisdom and wealth; gold often symbolizes high quality of yellow: yellow is the colour of sunshine, it is associated with joy, happiness, intellect and energy.
Green: is the colour of nature, it symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness and fertility; additionally green has strong emotional correspondence with safety, green has great healing power and it is the most restful colour to the human eye; it can improve vision; green suggests stability and endurance; sometimes green denotes lack of experience; for example 'a greenhorn' is a novice. In heraldry, green indicates growth and hope. Green, as opposed to red, means safety; it is the colour of free passage in road traffic.
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