No products in the cart.
Dotting art has an influence of our ancestors and has been practiced in aboriginal art
Using acrylic paint, aboriginals made paintings that had deep religious meanings. However, they wanted to protect their heritage.
To do so, they hid their Dreaming symbols in the dots of each painting. That way, only other people from their tribe could truly understand the message of the painting. Soon, the practice of Aboriginal dot painting became widespread.
Dotting art techinque requires three main qualities: extreme patience, sensitivity and an ease of mind.
In the process of preparation I usually work on the space and surrounding energy. Cleaning it with palo santo, lighting on a candle and picking an essential oil that speaks to me and supports the creation process at that particular moment is a must do. I close my eyes and open my thrid eye to to get an overall vision about what is waiting to be released on the canvas.
Next step is to choose the colors that match each other and are able to evoke powerful emotions when combined together. It’s a fine game that plays a big role in passing forward the message of the creation itself.
Moving forward, structure elements are created by drawing quick strokes. These strokes are extended steadily until a first possible overall structure is generated.
After this step acrylics paint is applied to the canvas for further processing. And the first version arises. By creating this version possible inequalities can be captured and optimized in the second or also third version.
I became more interested in dotting art while living in Australia and finally took a try while traveling around New Zealand.
Dotting techinque has opened a totally different creation process in my life.
I believe that living near powerful spiritual place such as Castle Hill in New zealand and having an opportunity to see Te Miringa Te Kakara, has played out an important role in the influence of my art style.
Another wave of inspiration came through while being at a very special place in Fernside, New Zealand called The Sanctuary.
I’m impressed by each masterpiece that my soul has projected out of many dimensions to this world. Each one of them carries it’s own unique energy and can open totally mindblowing gateways to parallel universes.