Two side of a Coin # 1
2023 | Acrylics on Canvas | 120×120 cm |
The idea of “Time running out” is often used in the context of environmental issues, such as climate change and biodiversity loss. This urgency has led to a growing awareness of humanity’s impact on the planet and the need for sustainable practices. Many spiritual traditions emphasize a sense of interconnectedness with nature and the importance of stewardship. Science, on the other hand, provides the evidence and understanding of these environmental challenges, which can align spiritual values with fact based actions. It is right at this relationship, or better, dichotomy of science and spirituality, where tmy series “Two Sides Of A Coin” comes in play, without judging one or the other. In a world where both often seem like opposing forces, art is the radiant bridge between them. Performing a delicate dance between reason and wonder, art often illuminates the enigmatic tapestry of existence. Through art, we explore the mysteries of the universe, blurring the lines that separate us. Because art invites both the empirical and the ethereal to coexist harmoniously. This serves as a great reminder of us that the beauty of our shared existence lies in the delicate balance between the seen and the unseen.