FLOW AND COUNTERFLOW

$75.00

OIL ON CANVAS, 2007

18″ X 24″

Inspired by Lere Shakunle’s transfigural mathematics, this painting illustrates the continuous ‘superchannel’ formed by the reciprocal flow of overlapping circulations into and out from one another in a ‘multiple Mandorla’. The central horizontal panel is a superchannel of reciprocal inflows and outflows amongst overlapping local energetic spheres of non-local spatial influence. The ferns and seahorses represent underwater and terrestrial forms of spiral flow-geometry. The continuous superchannel spatially expands the discrete, one dimensional, purely material line comprising contiguous but spatially discontinuous and dimensionless point-masses upon which classical and modern mathematics are founded. Each discrete point is transfigured from a static, lifeless entity into a dynamic, breathing identity as a local informational sphere of non-local spatial influence; a ‘Breathing Point’. The breathing points reciprocally inspire from and expire to their immediate neighbors, creating a double helical energy flow and counterflow through coupled numerical neighborhoods of three, reminiscent of the chemical configuration of DNA.

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Description

Professionally printed giclee canvas prints which maintain the texture, color and look of the original paintings. The loose canvas prints are reproduced on acid and lignin free cotton-poly exhibition canvas with an elegantly textured matte finish and wide color gamut. The canvas base is enhanced with plastic polymers and a UV-inhibiting coating ready for gallery wrapping. Dimensions are approximate to the nearest inch and do not include an additional one-inch perimeter.

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About the Artist

Dr. Alan Rayner has been expressing awareness of Natural Inclusion through his art for over fifty years using oils, acrylics, watercolors and inks on a variety of surfaces. He has acquired a colorful, technically unrefined, symbolic style in order to depict imaginary scenes that would come into mind ‘out of the blue’ while drawing inspiration from the natural world. 

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