179665 Chakra


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Each circle represents a chakra, the spinning wheels of energy found at various points of the body. Arranged into a 'chakra flower' to show how each higher disc is a step on from the last, my work uses bright chiyogami paper, copper leaf, texture paste and egg shells to give each one a different character. The painting is on a chunky linen box canvas and the seven chakras are set on a copper-washed background. I was inspired to create this work through my love of yoga which often works in tandem with chakra development, each one corresponding to a different energy centre. Red, for example, represents the root chakra and informs matters related to survival, while green is for emotional matters and the purple chakra is connected to the crown and how we are relate to the outside world.
W 24.00" x H 35.50"
W 60.96 cm x H 90.17 cm
Box canvas
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About the Artist

My background is in stained glass and I run my own business. I studied at the University of the Arts in London from where I have a BA (Hons) in Public Art and Design. While living in Japan, I began to explore painting and held three exhibitions of my work. Like many western visitors, I had expect...

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