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An abstract relation to infinity (73x93cm)
945 EUR
1 painting
Main colour:
Blue, indigo, green, Red, yellow, orange, Brown, beige, Black, white, grey
Canvas on a frame
Size of composition:
Medium (> 0,47 m2)

An abstract relationship to the infinite.

Mandala, as an art form, originated in the first century BC in Buddhist art produced in India. Nowadays you often see a mandala as a diagram, graph or geometric pattern that symbolically represents the cosmos. Like a microcosm in the infinity of the universe. In its origin, a mandala was to represent wholeness and a model for the structure of life itself. Like a geometric diagram showing the relationship with the infinite and the everyday world.


A mandala is an often symmetrical configuration of lines and symbols. Mandalas are used in various religions and creeds as a tool for spiritual guidance. To focus attention, as an aid in meditation and trance induction. In Eastern religions such as Jainism, Shintoism, and Hinduism, as well as Buddhist teachings, it is used to represent gods. And specifically in Shintoism paradise or kami, the actual shrines.


My mandala through this painting represents my abstract relationship to the infinite.


Acrylic on canvas, 73cm x 93cm x 4cm.

All my paintings are originals, acompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. I don't produce prints, as nothing compares to owning an original artwork. Owning a painting from me, you are the only one -exclusively- who will ever have it.

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