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Intimate World by Kym Barrett

The Tibetan Buddhist philsophy of Miksang (good eye) is to find joy and pure awareness by paying attention to the seemingly insignificant details that exist in the close-up world. It involves the practice of slowing down to notice and experience fully.

“These multi-layered works use oils, cold wax, and drawing media to subtly reference the close-up natural world, as well as things intangible, secret and unseen. They refect my desire to penetrate beyond the ‘surface’ of things to create the mystery and sensitivity of accumulated depth.” Kym Barrett

$225ea

$200 for 2 or more

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