LOTUS IMPRESSIONS

MONOCHROME POINTILLISM

Lotus ink

After a Buddhist celebration is held at a local temple, we collect massive loads of discarded lotus flowers to dry. The petals are burned and the ash is then stored for twelve months, blended with rain water.
This lotus flower ink is used in my artworks.

l o t u s - c o u n t s as of 14 November 2019
I've created a total of
451,168 lotus marks

Numerology

I title each of my paintings based on the total of lotus embossed stamps on each piece, and I include the exact number as part of my artists signature.

one lotus mark at a time

s u b s c r i b e

l o t u s - c o u n t s 
as of 14 November 2019
I've created a total of
451,168 lotus impressions

 

n e w s
Feb 2020
Sofitel Phokeethra
Phnom Penh


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I collected thousands of discarded lotus flowers, originally offered at temples this September.  I am now preparing another batch of ink, which should be fixed by this time next year. Yet preparing this “sacred ink” is only one of  many other things happening with my art.

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