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Anthony Harris - "Earth Mandala"

"Earth Mandala"

Earth Mandala
Oil on Board, US$ 79

Earth Mandala

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Oil on Board

W: 300mm x H: 300mm x D: 50mm
W: 12" x H: 12" x D: 2"

This work is unframed




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About "Earth Mandala"


A symbol of wholeness
Mandala is the Sanskrit word for "circle." In religious art, the mandala is used to symbolize wholeness–the circle of eternity. However, the pattern of a mandala, a circle with a centre, reaches far beyond a two- or three-dimensional art form. The pattern of the mandala can be found throughout science, religion, and art.
Micro to macro
Representing the universe itself, a mandala is both the microcosm and the macrocosm, and we are all part of its intricate design. The mandala is more than an image seen with our eyes; it is an actual moment in time. It can be used as a vehicle to explore art, science, religion and life itself. The mandala contains an encyclopaedia of the finite and a road map to infinity.
Carl Jung said that a mandala symbolizes "a safe refuge of inner reconciliation and wholeness." It is "a synthesis of distinctive elements in a unified scheme representing the basic nature of existence."

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About Anthony

Anthony Harris

]I use the Landscape as a Metaphor. My work explores the complexity of the terrain in ways that challenge the viewers' own boundaries and conventions of romanticizing something, that is, or may occur in the future - moving beyond our preconceived and comfortable human perceptions. These landscapes hold within them aspects other than pure nature - the panorama is composed of elements that bear witness to change and evolutio

Anthony Harris studied Fine Arts at the Natal Technikon under some of South Africa[0x1]s foremost artists; Andrew Verster, Patrick O[0x1]Connor, Paul Stopforth and Gavin Younge. After graduating, he taught art at various institutions in Natal over the period 1977 to 1984 and began to exhibit professionally.

His first major exhibition was held at the Walsh Marais Gallery, Durban, in 1978. Since then, he has held over 45 solo exhibitions and participated in numerous group exhibitions both nationally and internationally including New York, London and Melbourne.

His work is found in private, corporate and public collections in South Africa, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Belgium, U.S.A, India, Saudi Arabia, Sweden and Holland.

Price Range

US$ 67-10,858



Exhibited in over 45 solo and group exhibition nationally and internationally. Selected Group exhibitions includes Art SA Today, 1999 Sanlam “Vuleka” Exhibition (Merit Award - painting), Gallery Afrikana Melbourne Australia, Old Mutual plc Trafalgar London, New York - Ico Gallery, Natal Society of Arts Touring Exhibition and The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum Biennale 2006/8/10, KKNK and National Arts Festival - Grahamstown


Fine Arts (H.E.D.) Natal Technicon

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