Fibonacci Nautilus - Black & White
Medium: Acrylic on canvas, signed by the artist.
Good To Know: Stretched canvas on wooden frame, CoA (Certificate of Authenticity) issued by the artist, condition report available upon request.
Arty-Fact: “The painting is based on the concept of the Fibonacci spiral and the Yin and Yang of geometry. It is divided by a single continuous line starting and ending at the same point, dividing the canvas in two equal sections, representing male and female, creating an illusion of a complex set of patterns, a mandala.” – Lakshmi Mohanbabu
Fibonacci Nautilus Series: "The Fibonacci Nautilus series is based on our existence and our interdependence and interconnectedness with the world we live in; our immediate surroundings; the network of friends and family and ultimately the universe. The focus of this series is based on finding the harmony in art inspired by totally different cultures or styles which have roots in the same inspiration or interpretation."
"Our DNA and our galaxy both follow a spiral like the Nautilus, which is the form used. The spiral is seen in all aspects of life from the unfurling of a leaf bringing forth new life to the unwinding of a spool of thread - like the unravelling of the mysteries of life. The spiral serves the creative purpose of giving expression and form to something that does not yet exist, something new and unique. A single and continuous line divides the whole canvas. This creates a shape, which outlines the void that reflects the same shape in rotational geometry creating two spaces; what is there and what is not; the known and the unknown; the yin and yang." ~ Lakshmi Mohanbabu
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