- Size: 30″ x 40″
- Medium: Ink, watercolor and japanese brush transferred on canvas and glazed with resin.
- Edition: Signed giclée prints available from the artist.
“It was a way to bond the exploration of a contemporary model for visual communication with ancient belief systems.”
Beylerian often utilizes his “flow dynamics principle” to incorporate linear aspects to the work. The resulting lines created from this method are referred to by the artist as “flow lines”. This work is inspired by what is often called The hamsa, a symbol that predates christianity and Islam and whose exact origins are unknown. Many societies throughout history have depicted the open right hand palm as a sign of protection and teaching including the Buddha’s mudra (open palm).