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Light & Dark, Acrylic paint and mixed media on thick handmade paper.
These works on paper are part of the No Mud No Lotus series derived from a teaching from Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hahn. The mud being necessary for the lotus to grow and bloom into its full potential. Similarly, it reflects our human experience of resilience to rise up from life challenges and live our full potential.
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- Canvas artworks ready to hang on arrival. (Prints are unframed and not ready to hang)
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Meet the Artist
My art is inspired by nature and by my natural inclination to explore the spiritual in the material. I love to immerse myself in nature’s stillness, beauty, aliveness, textures, colours, shapes. Sometimes I sketch out in nature, but what really happens on my sojourns into nature is an absorption on many levels that later comes out into my work.
I create mostly intuitively. What that means is what I see, feel, witness becomes shapes, marks, colour. I endeavour to express what has touched my heart and soul equally if not more so, than what I actually visually see before me.