Atol bertrand dupuche australian artist 01
By (Atol) Bertrand Dupuche

Brisbane, Australia, Australia

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I’ve used a high-quality Indian cotton paper made in Pune, bought while I was training with dancer, Osho art therapist and painter Meera Hashimoto in 2009. I worked in acrylic inks and paints for this inner Cavescape. I’ve used high and low key colours in a layered manner that gives a real sense of depth, of translucent transparencies in this abstract composition.
This painting was my first attempt at putting into practice what I had learnt in the training with Meera, being present, alert and aware while having fun, allowing my creative intelligence to be my guiding light. Even though I didn’t have the meditative Buddha-field that the Osho International Meditation Resort has, many times I got completely lost and absorbed in this layered inner landscape and cave-like painting.


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