Mandala 'in my relationships.

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Handmade item

Materials

Ink, Paper

Dimensions

Height: 35.5 Centimetres; Width: 35.5 Centimetres

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Mandala 'in my relationships.

Marker drawing on paper, 2010

35.5 cm x 35.5 cm (14 x 14)

Authentic reproduction of an original artwork of artist Ghislain Bédard (giclee) that is part of a limited run of 25 hand numbered. Printed on high quality Ultra Premium (250 g/m2) matte paper with archival quality pigment ink. Frame not included.

Comes with certificate of authenticity.

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Detailed description of the artwork

Native spirituality is a treasure of wisdom. It invites us to consider our relationship with curtsy: ourselves, all living with nature and the great mystery. It offers the respect of the Earth which we had been born and continues to give us generously food, beauty and peace; and the cosmos, wisdom, which creates wonder and we teaches humility and the interconnectedness of all beings. In this sacred circle, equality and mutual respect are basic.

Here are some things that make up this mandala:

In the center appears turtle, which represents mother earth (women's size), the mother of all human: these were born in his breast, fed by it and return to their death. It is in connection with the Eagle at the top of the mandala, manifestation of the great spirit or the great mystery (men's size), who created the world and is the guide and soul.
• Then we can see the daylight and cycle - Sun and moon - stars that punctuate the activities. It is surrounded by a pattern inspired by the wampum, this belt or cord used by native Americans as a ritual or religious object that shows the sacredness of all things;
• Then comes the circle of the living: parade is the man and woman, animals and plants (three sisters: squash, corn and beans, and cranberry). They are part of the circle, are all equal;
The last circle • illustrates the cycle of seasons, whose branches of tree species mark changes in the year; They also represent the stages of life: childhood, mature, aging and transition to another world.
• You can see the four cardinal points with for native Americans associated to one of the elements and one of the seasons: water East and spring, South and summer, fire land west and the fall air (represented by the Eagle) at the North and winter.
Mandala 'in my relationships.

Marker drawing on paper, 2010

35.5 cm x 35.5 cm (14 x 14)

Authentic reproduction of an original artwork of artist Ghislain Bédard (giclee) that is part of a limited run of 25 hand numbered. Printed on high quality Ultra Premium (250 g/m2) matte paper with archival quality pigment ink. Frame not included.

Comes with certificate of authenticity.

_____________________

Detailed description of the artwork

Native spirituality is a treasure of wisdom. It invites us to consider our relationship with curtsy: ourselves, all living with nature and the great mystery. It offers the respect of the Earth which we had been born and continues to give us generously food, beauty and peace; and the cosmos, wisdom, which creates wonder and we teaches humility and the interconnectedness of all beings. In this sacred circle, equality and mutual respect are basic.

Here are some things that make up this mandala:

In the center appears turtle, which represents mother earth (women's size), the mother of all human: these were born in his breast, fed by it and return to their death. It is in connection with the Eagle at the top of the mandala, manifestation of the great spirit or the great mystery (men's size), who created the world and is the guide and soul.
• Then we can see the daylight and cycle - Sun and moon - stars that punctuate the activities. It is surrounded by a pattern inspired by the wampum, this belt or cord used by native Americans as a ritual or religious object that shows the sacredness of all things;
• Then comes the circle of the living: parade is the man and woman, animals and plants (three sisters: squash, corn and beans, and cranberry). They are part of the circle, are all equal;
The last circle • illustrates the cycle of seasons, whose branches of tree species mark changes in the year; They also represent the stages of life: childhood, mature, aging and transition to another world.
• You can see the four cardinal points with for native Americans associated to one of the elements and one of the seasons: water East and spring, South and summer, fire land west and the fall air (represented by the Eagle) at the North and winter.

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