'Cercles'

'Blue Ink Circle' No. 2
'Blue Ink Circle' No. 2

for sale 60 cm h x 45 cm w inks on watercolour paper 220 euros + p&p

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'Blue Circulations', No. 1
'Blue Circulations', No. 1

70 cm h x 58 cm w mixed media, acrylics, inks on paper sold private collection, France.

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Your Heart With Me, No. 3
Your Heart With Me, No. 3

190 cm h x 210 cm w approx acrylics on canvas sold, private collection London, UK.

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'Blue Ink Circle' No. 2
'Blue Ink Circle' No. 2

for sale 60 cm h x 45 cm w inks on watercolour paper 220 euros + p&p

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'Symboles'

'Black Peace' No. 2
'Black Peace' No. 2

for sale 39 cm h x 29 cm w inks and acrylics on watercolour paper with gold paint 280 euros +p&p

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'Ink Heart', No. 1
'Ink Heart', No. 1

for sale 52 cm h x 46 cm w china ink on watercolour paper 220 euros + p&p

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circle study in situ
circle study in situ

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'Black Peace' No. 2
'Black Peace' No. 2

for sale 39 cm h x 29 cm w inks and acrylics on watercolour paper with gold paint 280 euros +p&p

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The slow pirouetting dance of the ink-filled brush on its leaf of paper. The charcoal that slides on the surface of white canvas tracing large curves like an ice-skater. How to draw this perfect shape? Imperfectly, and repeatedly.  Circle: the symbol of completion and original perfection. It is a language of humanity, humility and of common truths, and each drawn circle strengthens the common vital energy. As a college student, I was fascinated by the Avesbury Stone Circle in Wiltshire, UK. Later in Sri Lanka, I discovered the power of Shiva dancing in the circle of fire. In Japan it was the enso and the art of Zen Buddhism. And in our contemporary life a new language of symbols is being invented ... and it is just as exciting to me.

La danse lente en pirouette du pinceau bourrée d'encre sur sa feuille. Le fusain qui glisse sur la surface de la toile blanche traçant des grandes courbes comme un patineur sur glace.  Comment dessiner cette forme parfaite ? Imparfaitement, et à répétition. Cercle: le symbole de la perfection originale. C'est un langage d'humanité, d’humilité et de vérités communes. Chaque cercle dessiné renforce l'énergie vitale commune. Etudiante, j’ai été fasciné par le cercle de pierres d’Avesbury dans le Wiltshire, au Royaume-Uni. Plus tard au Sri Lanka j'ai découvert le pouvoir de Shiva dansant dans un cercle du feu. Au Japon c’étaient l'enso et l'art du bouddhisme zen.  Et dans notre vie contemporaine c’est un nouveau langage de symboles qui s’invente… et lui aussi me passionne.

'Painting the Blue Circle'