"So, the flower searched by Silvia is not the flower itself, but a fractal form, a cosmic mathematics formula..."
Andrea Baffoni, art historian.
Painting begins with a phisical impulse. Then breathing arrives and lines follow, and then shapes and glazings.
Painting is a way to open the body, to diffuse it into the environment.
The canvas is the trace of the experience; a flower spreads out, but not exactly a flower. A mandala, thus not properly a mandala.
Roses and peonies; colored shapes, figures of light.
Morfic fields, made of wrinkles and waves.
Flowers, manifestation of both ordinary reality and not ordinary one, in a synchronous flowing.
Monaflor - Meditation on a flower.