Kundalini Blue ink drawing of abstract patterns by Mokusho Abigaelle Richard

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In my drawings, the areas covered in black ink symbolically represent the void which is a place of transformation, while the abundance of closely knitted patterns Partly influenced by Taoist, Zen and shamanic traditions, my drawings reflect the constant interaction and the fragile balance between void and fullness in real or symbolic places. The void constitutes the sacred presence, the space of transformations illustrated by the shaded areas (the cosmos for black drawings and the aquatic realm for blue drawings). The fullness is evoked by the use of a multitude of organic motifs, recalling the perpetual movement of life in a process of harmonization between telluric and etheric energies.

The color red, which I associate with the blood of the living, reflects the passions and vicissitudes of a passing incarnation. The use of blue-colored motifs is stylistically reminiscent of Eastern ceramics, while translating my own universe and symbolic language that relate to the aquatic sphere as well as the personal and collective unconscious.

Each of my drawings is handmade and entirely unique. This original drawing was made with black and red ink on watercolor paper.

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