Sacrificium Intellectus Watercolor 31x46cm
Sacrificium Intellectus Watercolor 31x46cm. Archetypal Taoist watercolor Microcosm. Abstract painting, spiritual art. With symbolic and philosophical content. Original watercolor by Antonio García Calvente
Taoist representation of the structure of the mind in a meditative state.
Inscription (poorly visible) : Sacrificium Intellectus
The series of Taoist watercolors are a journey towards consciousness, where the experience of order, chaos and the union of consciousness and unconsciousness, light and darkness is captured with subjectivity, color and balance.
The vision is centered on the archetypal structures that Carl Gustav Jung proposes, in a personal process: “sacrificium intellectus”, from which a meditation originates to look directly at the personal and collective unconscious.
The sacrifice of the intellect, Carl Gustav Jung describes it as the essential process to embark on a journey towards the subjective and unconscious world, in order to be able to cross and break mental barriers and achieve illumination of the unconscious. The personal transformative process of the sacrifice of the intellect and reason, leads one to find oneself and get rid of the withered
The macrocosm and the microcosm, silence, the primal manifestation, come to intermingle in pure and watery colors that reflect an instantaneous vision. It is not about color or shape here, but about an instant of Taoist experience where, without saying anything, without being anything, one tries to caress the moment. In these paintings he represents the fundamental philosophy of Taoism, which surrenders to the leaf that falls from the tree in autumn and embraces the void.
Work of representation or invention, painting can be naturalistic and figurative, or abstract. It can have narrative, descriptive, symbolic, spiritual or philosophical content.
Technique, measurements, reference:
Jungian Archetypal Watercolor Collection 2007
watercolor on paper
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