Project Description

La Porte Ouverte
Pen & Ink on Paper
22″ x 28 ” / 55 x 70 c

This pen and ink was inspired by a verse of the Persian poet Rumi: “Why stay in prison when the door is wide open?” It shows what I see, what I feel, who I am in a kaleidoscopic view of my consciousness. Through an open window in the center of the eye, one can see a sail floating freely among the waves. Behind an open doorway, paintings of landscapes and landscapes. An infinite world like my consciousness. It is an intricate work of many months whose sole purpose is to create something beautiful and to express what I intensely feel. Matted and framed beautifully with an elegant silver and dark grey frame.