This is my entry that was juried in to the Co-Exist Exhibit at All Souls Unitarian Church in Tulsa,OK.This was a challenge with the subject of Co-Exist. I used black and white, darkest in upper left to whitest in lower right. This is to show that these represents the extremes of non tolerance and everything in between the alternating black and white stands for the co-existing in our daily lives. This is in the form of family, friends,co-workers,neighbors and nature. There are also charms to represent hope, peace, and new beginnings. The fraying edges represent the stresses that sometimes occur with co-existing.