Exhibits › Lyrical Mandalas

A mandala is generally defined as a “geometric figure representing the universe in Hindu and Buddhist symbolism [or] a symbol in a dream, representing the dreamer's search for completeness and self-unity.”

When an artist does something “lyrical,” it is an expression of beauty created for the viewer’s pleasure.

These images grew spontaneously from the unconscious and speak to a wholeness in our fragmented and chaotic world.

Technical Notes

All of the mixed-media collages were created in Canada between August and September of 2018.

The pieces are either 13x19 inches or 11x17 inches.

They are composed on hand-painted archival Asian and European papers. They were prepared with pigmented acrylic inks and paints, and pigmented metallic markers.

Contact Bob Barancik

email: bobcreates@earthlink.net
cell+text: 215.964.3937

 

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