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Tikal

Transcendant (2010)

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Dimensions
Several sizes available
Support or surface
Several supports available (Fine art paper, Metal Print, Canvas Print)
Framing
Framing available (Floating Frame + Under Glass, Frame + Under Acrylic Glass)
Associated with a blue-green color, the Tree of life forms a kind of axis mundi which connects the Earth's center with the layers of both the underworld and the heavens. Between the upperworlds of the heavens and the underworlds of the night and death was the earthly plane which is often shown in Maya art as a caiman or a turtle...
Associated with a blue-green color, the Tree of life forms a kind of axis mundi which connects the Earth's center with the layers of both the underworld and the heavens.

Between the upperworlds of the heavens and the underworlds of the night and death was the earthly plane which is often shown in Maya art as a caiman or a turtle lying in a great lake.
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Tikal currently lives and works in Paris. He completed a Master degree in Research and Visual Arts from Paris Sorbonne. He has exhibited in Paris, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and private tuition in South Japan....

Tikal currently lives and works in Paris. He completed a Master degree in Research and Visual Arts from Paris Sorbonne. He has exhibited in Paris, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and private tuition in South Japan. His production ranges from textile designer to interior decoration and fashion.

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