Night of Light

For Hrachya Vardanyan his observations of light piercing the night stand for the unveiling of the symbols meaning of Axis Mundi, or its often used equivalent the Tree of Life. It’s the invitation to encounter an intelligent cosmic order.


What if the tree is not a tree and its shadow just the mirror of light. What if along the vertical axis the horizon marks the point where the light engages with night. Night of light depicts the vibration when we link ourselves to the hidden and light orates from beyond.



Night of Light, Whiteness

2021

73 x 92 cm

Mixed media on canvas




1st row

Left: Night of Light*Stargazing | 2019 | 150x150 | Mixed media encaustic on canvas

Middle: Night of Light*Sulfur | 2021 | 102x70 | Mixed media encaustic on canvas

Right: Night of Light*Emerald | 2021 | 93x100 | Mixed media, encaustic, firing on canvas


2nd row

Left: Night of Light*Shadow | 2021 | 93x100 | Mixed media, encaustic, firing on canvas

Middle: Night of Light*Lightful Black | 2020 | 102x70 | Mixed media on canvas

Right: Nigh of Light*Japanese Motive | 2021 | 100x94 | Mixed media encaustic on canvas