Mysterious depth 2019

Title: Prosperity
2m*1m36cm
Technique :
Mixte Acrylic on canvas
Year:
2019

Title: Blue Mist (diptych)
Acrylic on canvas
Year: 2019

Title: Inner Thought
39,3in x 39,3in (1m*1m)
Technique: Mixte Acrylic on canvas
Year: 2019

Title: Chi-Life Force
80cm*1m10cm
Technique :
Mixte Acrylic on canvas
Year:
2019

Title: Journey through Ensō
Technique: Mixte Acrylic on canvas
1m*1,20m
Year: 2019

Walter “Walt” Whitman (West Hills, Suffolk County, New York, May 31, 1819-Camden, New Jersey, March 26, 1892) was a poet, volunteer nurse, essayist, journalist and American humanist.

His work is inscribed in the transition between transcendentalism and philosophical realism, incorporating both movements to his work. Whitman is among the most influential writers of the American canon and has been called the father of free verse.

Ensō is a Japanese word that means circle and that is strongly related to Zen. It symbolizes enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe and emptiness, as well as the Japanese aesthetic itself. As an expression of the moment, it is usually considered a form of minimalism.

In the painting of Zen Buddhism, the Ensō symbolizes a moment when the mind is free to simply let the body or spirit begin to create. The opening may symbolize different ideas, for example, that the Ensō is not a separate figure, but is part of something larger, or that imperfection is an essential and inherent aspect of existence. The principle of controlling balance in composition through asymmetry and irregularity is an important aspect in Japanese aesthetics), the denial of the perfect.

Title: Invisible birds looking for the lost forest.
Technique: Acrylic on canvas
2m x 1,36m
Year: 2019
Title: Sunny God
Technique: Mixte Acrylic on Canvas
1m x 1,20m
Year: 2019
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