Symmetry

Repetitive circular symmetrical patterns inspired by geometry, nature and the ancient art of mandalas

I love making repetitive and symmetrical patterns. They are fun and challenging. You decide your own rules with the first stroke of pen on paper. And then you follow it to let a pattern emerge. In a free hand drawing, the pattern is never perfect. The shapes might be uneven; number of lines or petals might be different; curves might turn at the wrong point and the lines might not be straight. But it would still result in a symmetrical pattern if the rules are unbroken. The symmetrical drawing patterns are mesmerising to look at with all their errors and imperfections; and remind us of the imperfect human hand behind their creation.

Mandala

Pen on Paper (11.7 X 16.5 in) Inspired by and an abstract representation of the 5 elements of nature as repetitive and symmetrical patterns

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Mandala

Pen on Paper (8.3 X 11.7) Inspired by and an abstract representation of the 5 elements of nature as repetitive and symmetrical patterns

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On fire

Pen on Paper (11.7 x 16.5 in) An abstract representation of the unending and cyclical life struggle to fulfill human potential and ambitions; a recurrent

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Glow

Pen on Paper (8.3 x 8.3 in) A mandala with abstract representation of a meditative mind, alternating between tranquility and storm, radiating in its own

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Lotus

Pen on Paper (8.3 x 8.3 in) A mandala with an abstract representation of birth and life of a Lotus, a gorgeous flower, all the

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Leaves

Pen on Paper (11.7 x 16.5 in) Fusion of contemporary abstract line drawings and the old Indian geometrical floral design and patterns often used to

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Flames

Pen on Paper (8.3 x 11.7 in) A mandala with an abstract representation of a series of tiny bright flames arranged together to brighten up

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Mandala

Pen on Paper (11.7 x 16.5 in) A mandala with an abstract representation of and inspired by the harmony in nature

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