For many years I have been privileged to know Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, the founder of Sahaja Yoga.
Through this meditation practice the beauty of “The Universal Mother” has been shown.
This Motherly vibrating active, energy (reflecting God the Father) has been a constant part of my paintings.
Mother Nature has a universal appeal, an eternal presence and power that is so close and embracing, an intrinsic part of the human being that can cross all boundaries.
Uniting different cultural and spiritual symbols I try to portrait a singular universal deity, presence or God.
These earthly and spiritual elements may give the viewer a distinct and familiar link to this subtle energy, to show our privileged but humble position within this surrounding beauty of Mother Earth.
The calm moonlight on water and the fragrance of flowers, the light of the sun revealing the land’s bountiful generosity, colour, air, rhythm and space – God’s gifts.
Thank You – Phillip Frankcombe.
Phillip was born in Latrobe, Tasmania and has studied art in Sheffield, Devonport, Indonesia, Newcastle, India and Canberra.
More information, including contact details may be found on Phillip’s website: Salutation Art