I began work on several 3D pieces at the same time beginning in mid-March. This one definitely has its roots in the lockdown due to the coronavirus. The Styrofoam I used for the 'space' or tunnel/cave is from a shipment I got in February from China. Also I think it is interesting to note that I use toilet paper not newspaper print in my 21st Century paper mache formula. This fact is one reason it has taken so long to complete this piece. There was a TP shortage for awhile. This sculpture is 12. 5 inches high, 5.75 inches wide and 5.25 inches deep. Its stand is made entirely of the compound. The addition of the heart came late as I'd already made the heart and had it lying about. I thought at first to have a swirling black ball inside but it seemed too cluttered and distracting. When I placed the heart inside on a whim, it contrasted so nicely with the off-white finish of the piece that I left it in place. This is more of that Original Jones Art putting his heart (and mind) into his work in northwest Austin, Texas. Addendum: This piece has been chosen to be part of a pandemic-themed exhibit to be displayed at the Downtowner Gallery in Round Rock, Texas from September 16th to November 22, 2020.