Mandalas

Created specifically from the experience of travel and the visual collecting that I did while encountering a new place, a new culture. A mandala is viewed as a plan, chart or geometric pattern that represents the universe metaphysically or symbolically; it is intended to be a meditative manifestation of a microcosm of the cosmos. These works loosely follow the pattern of a Mandala by the nature of the way the images are repeated and conceptually include a microcosm of small Universes ultimately invoking a narrative. These extremely limited edition prints were screen printed by myself at the Frans Masereel Graphics Center in Kasterlee, Belgium.

Mandala: A Thousand Nights, screenprint, 29”h x 25”w, 2008
Mandala: A Thousand Nights
Mandala: Sea to Land, screenprint, 29”h x 25”w, 2008
Mandala: Sea to Land
Mandala: Life Cycle, screenprint, 29”h x 25”w, 2008
Mandala: Life Cycle
Mandala: Plague, screenprint, 29”h x 25”w, 2008
Mandala: Plague
Mosquito Mandala I, screenprint, 29”h x 25”w, 2008
Mosquito Mandala I
Mosquito Mandala II, screenprint, 29”h x 25”w, 2008
Mosquito Mandala II