Watercolour and gouache on paper (unframed)
13 x 9cm
Eryn Mark has a long fascination with art that has connection to ritual, to tradition, to the mystical, and to non-dogmatic spirituality. This fascination feeds an inquiry into the union of sacred and profane within the everyday. Attempting to address ‘the interconnectedness of all things’ is fundamental when developing the aesthetic of his craft.
This latest series of works on paper, hypnoscapes, is an investigation involving an almost meditative state of repetitive circular layering. This process reveals a deep intense relationship between shades of colours and while remaining open to interpretation by the viewer acknowledges an innate enhanced harmony.
These unframed works are part of a series of 24 pieces titled ‘hypnoscapes’ – 10 of which were exhibited in Kunstkomplex+Mennuni, Basel, Switzerland