Red spotted purple butterfly in Concentric Trio


Artist: Laresa Perlman

Medium : Ink, acrylics on Hahnemuhle 300 gr Matt paper
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Unique84 x 38.5Painting (ink, acrylics)Hahnemuhle 300 gr Matt papercrate

Size:  Art work 84 cm x 38.5 cm


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SKU: CCT Red spotted purple trio Categories: , , Tag:

Wholeness, oneness, never-ending circle/cycles of life, the eternal constant, cycles of change, unity, perfection, inclusive, boundaries. Circles, have no corner, edge, or ending to mark where one line ends and another one begins. Circles hold and contain energy, so that cycles of growth can exist within them.

This concentric circle is based on the Red Purple Spotted butterfly. It is not an abundant species and is most often seen in woodlands and along streams and marsh land. It often lands high in trees, but will drop to ground level to feed and sip at mud puddles and stream banks. Well known as being consummate mimics. Since ancient times butterflies, have been one of the most universally cherished insects by human cultures around the world

The delicate, engaging butterfly represents spiritual rebirth, transformation, creativity, endless potential, vibrant joy, change, ascension, and an ability to experience the wonder of life. The magnificent life of the butterfly closely mirrors the process of spiritual transformation as we each have the possibility to be reborn through going within.

Some interesting information on how this artwork was created:

This concentric circle was created with a specially designed spinning device. The spinning device concept came about after Laresa, wanted to have a rotating easel to make working on geometric art works a lot easier on the shoulders. Her first spinning device was made out the rotisserie motor of her braai (barbeque). She woke up early one morning and dismantled the family braai. She then made a very primitive rotating device that she burnt out within a few days. And so, the process began of refining what she needed the final unit to do. The process of refining the device took approximately 2 years with a lot of sketches, homemade prototypes, and designs. Now Laresa has a unit that can be used in all the ways she has in her mind. Her final design with all the alterations and amendments was put together by an engineering company in Cape Town.

The various units she designs to execute her artwork, is an integral part of her process of creation. To date she has come up with 3 main designs, with each having their own unique functions with various appendages.






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Hahnemuhle 300 gr Matt paper


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This artwork is mounted and ready to frame (can be framed vertically or horizontally)