The image depicts a lady carrying a crown made from calabash and adorned with horns. The symbolism of the crown conveys power, authority, and leadership.
The calabash, often associated with abundance, nourishment, and sustenance, signifies the resources and responsibilities that come with leadership.
The horns attached to the crown represents strength, protection, and the ability to defend oneself especially in situations or obstacles when having position or power.
The piece explores the complexities and sacrifices that accompany positions of power and authority. It highlights the notion that leadership can be demanding, burdensome, and require constant attention.