Waves crashing into rocky shore Drawing by Maomeii Be

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Drawing: Ink, Black & White on Paper.

Happy to introduce a new artwork of the " Movement and Energy" series.



Here, I used Chinese ink in a contemporary abstract calligraphy to be able to deal with the "movement and energy", a theme stemming from my own practice of meditation.


The complexities are expressed here in an artistic process of combining movements, rhythm and brush strokes.


My friend said:
People can get drenched by the rogue waves. I love the waves. They look angry so don't swim there! I like the angry seas.

I said, the waves are never angry. It's our own conception and perception of the "anger" as an internal emotional state which makes us perceive the waves look angry!


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Waves crashing into rocky shore

Maomeii Be

Canada

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Size: 70.8 W x 38 H x 0.1 in

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