The term Mandala is applied to any form that represents cosmic energy in the physical world and reminds the viewer of universal serenity and grace. Mandalas are present in many ancient religions; spiritual geometric configurations that aim to represent our relationship to the infinite. They draw the viewer in, creating an opportunity for contemplation. Artist Anneke Stewart has adapted the kaleidoscopic nature of the Mandala seeking to provoke a translation of the essence of the given subject matter. Anneke believes art has the power to influence the energy of the viewer so with that in mind she aims to create artworks that emanate positivity. Anneke first started creating Photographic Mandalas in 2005. Since then Anneke has gone on to create over 400 Mandala images.
The Taylors Floral Mandala Collection depicts blooms that grown locally on the Scarborough peninsula with Taylors Mistake bay in the background. Taylors Mistake has a precious small beach just on the outskirts of Christchurch in New Zealand. The collection reflects the vibrancy of the Kiwi springtime. Combining the power of symmetrical imagery with the austerity of the natural environment this beautiful group of works captures a sacred place treasured by the artist, as well as many other Christchurch locals. Seemingly, anyone who visits Taylors forever treasures the bay in their hearts.
These 297mm x 297mm prints can come unframed, or framed in white or black frames.