30 x 44 in (76 x 112 cm)
‘The whole world is a theater, and the people in it are actors’ -William Shakespeare Many of us have heard this phrase. And if we look at our life from this point of view, what image can we put together? What if we try to put it on paper? We probably will start drawing the characters and items that are significant to us at this particular time. Can they be authentic from our life experiences or fictional from our dreams or perhaps feelings? Will your picture be complete, or will you leave some room for more characters and images? Everything is up to you as you are the director, and I find it fascinating.
40 x 30 inches (102 x 76 cm)
As an artist, I have found inspiration in the mysterious symbolism surrounding fish and the profound meanings they embody. With their multifaceted symbolism aquatic creatures have been associated with concepts such as Teachers, Saviors of the World, ancestors, and wisdom. I sought to capture the essence of these symbolic fish in my drawing. Another symbol that has deeply intrigued me in my artistic exploration is the ancient and universal motif of the egg. Across different cultures, the egg holds profound significance, often symbolizing the arrival of spring and the radiant sun, bringing light and warmth. Moreover, it represents the transition from non-being to being, symbolizing the rebirth of nature through the fertilization of forces and the profound choice of life emerging from primordial emptiness. Within my composition, three ethereal images hover above the vast expanse of the universe, personifying the cosmic mind. They embody the essence of the cosmos, which serves as the wellspring of life on Earth and governs the cosmic laws directing the planet's evolution. Furthermore, these celestial entities symbolize the human pursuit of knowledge and the construction of purposeful existence on Earth. When a viewer encounters my artwork, I aspire for them to witness the interconnectedness inherent in all things. Through the convergence of these diverse and profound symbols, an image of the World is birthed, symbolizing the harmonious unity of the cosmos, Earth, and the individual's quest for enlightenment and understanding. I invite the viewer to contemplate the profound relationship between cosmic forces and the burdens of humanity, encouraging them to find their awareness and place within this vast tapestry.
40 x 30 in (102 x 76 cm)
The ink drawing on paper depicts a scene from the acrobatic circus, with two figures standing on a bridge in the middle of the action. Despite the chaos of the circus around them, the two figures exude a sense of calm and connection, with their eyes locked in a gaze that conveys a deep sense of love and friendship. It is as though they have found each other in the midst of the chaos and are united by a shared sense of purpose and belonging. The drawing captures a moment of stillness and contemplation in the midst of the circus, inviting the viewer to pause and reflect on the importance of human connection and the search for meaning and purpose in our lives. The use of ink on paper adds a layer of depth and texture to the piece, with the bold lines and intricate details adding to the overall sense of movement and emotion in the composition. Overall, the drawing is a beautiful and evocative representation of the power of human connection and the journey we all take to find someone who understands us and makes us feel truly alive.
40 x 30 in (102 x 76 cm)
This work is more about feelings than words - feelings that are growing into images. It is about how we can feel when we see the first young shoots appear on the Earth's surface. The Earth is our home, and we- plants, animals, and people are her children, and we are one. Each of us has a soul and our journey.
Comedians Caught in the Wild
23 x 23 inches (58 x 58 cm)
As an artist, I present to you an intricate ink drawing on paper that depicts two comedians caught in a storm while traveling between performances. The use of pen and brush strokes creates a sea of symbols representing elements that can be both beautiful and treacherous. Amidst the chaos, we see the geometric fragments of clothing swirling in the wind, representing the material and real aspects of life that we can't control. However, beyond the literal interpretation, the drawing also highlights the significance of human relationships. We witness the two comedians trying to protect each other from the wind, demonstrating the importance of mutual support and love in tough times. The scene is a reminder that as people, we encounter challenges throughout life, but it's the connections we make with others that sustain us. Through this intricate ink drawing, I invite you to reflect on the fragility and beauty of human connection. The piece encourages us to seek comfort and safety in the company of those we love and to cherish the bonds that sustain us through storms.