The way you blended and used such starkly different medias to create this beautiful artwork shows exactly how well you understand the important aspects of art and the world we live in.
When I look at this, it shows me three things:
1. Based on the medias chosen, you understand and desire to illustrate that in life, things may not always make sense, but when utilized properly, all differences can be put aside to form truly beautiful things. Looking at how you made each material separate, yet all a part of the grander image inspires me. Beauty is everywhere, in everything, you just have to be willing to search for it.
2. You have a strong mental imagery that comes out in your artwork. What u picture in your mind when coming up with an idea I what eventually makes it onto your canvas. Not many people are blessed with such an ability. Most the time, a person has to make alterations here and there to compensate for artistic or mental to physical translation issues. When I look at art like this, I think of an amazingly talented artist who 'gets it'. Not just someone who knows the processes, but someone who understands that their art is more than a pen/paint/etc. on a canvas, but an emotional outpouring.
3. There are little to no hard edges in this, nor should there be. The world isn't made of hard edged black and white, but a constantly changing and evolving mixture of all things. I have trouble with not using hard edges, but you've pulled it off perfectly. I absolutely love this, and you should be proud of what you've accomplished with your art, and what you have still yet to accomplish.