Power and Beauty represents the artwork of Gregory Beylerian between the years 2005 and 2007. In this body of work the artist expands on the iconography of the face and human form as symbols of evolution, consciousness and divinity.
Over the last 18 years Beylerian has explored concepts of transcendence and the visionary experience through the creative process. His work calls into question our perception of self awareness and its resulting physical dimension. Beylerian uses a diverse set of mediums to push the boundaries of familiarity.
In this book of artwork, shapes and compositions take their inspiration from the calligraphic approach of the the Shaolin and Samurai traditions. Influences from contemporary research in quantum mechanics, fractal geometry and the chaos of the Middle East contribute to the visual narrative of this 422 page collection of images entitled Power and Beauty.