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Art Print

Todd Huffine (pegasus515)

Microcosm

by Todd Huffine
DESCRIPTION

Collect your choice of gallery quality Giclée, or fine art prints custom trimmed by hand in a variety of sizes with a white border for framing.

ABOUT THE ART

Original painted with acrylic on canvas.

A fractal (repeating self-similar) image that alternates between the feminine (curved lines) and the masculine (straight lines). The colors are repeated in both the masculine and feminine form to show their visual differences but ultimately to show the similarities within the two forms. It is also a demonstration of how the masculine and feminine energies can be contained within one whole and influence each other.



Knot Your World commented on February 10, 2014 9:15pm
That is really beautiful and I like the explanation. I never thought about straight and curved lines reflecting gender differences but now that I've seen it, I can't unsee it. It seems perfectly logical. I'm curious, is this something you worked out yourself or part of a particular life philosophy?
Todd Huffine commented on April 20, 2015 11:02am
It was mostly a pattern I kept seeing. In drawing figures the male is more angular and the female curvy. Masculine energies are thought to be active/moving; their path making a straight line. Feminine energies are regenerative; a gathering of energy which results in a bubble or circle. A "0" holds the space from which "1" grows.

This artwork was at the beginning of my thinking on the subject. I have since expanded the masculine/feminine division into color, number, and reflection/projection.