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Leana de Villiers - "Hope Mandala"

"Hope Mandala"

Hope Mandala
Oil on Canvas, US$ 66

Hope Mandala

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Oil on Canvas

W: 300mm x H: 300mm x D: 40mm
W: 12" x H: 12" x D: 2"

Approx. Weight: 1kg

This work is unframed




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About "Hope Mandala"

The Hope Mandala - Oil painting on gallery wrapped canvas by Leana de Villiers, South African Artist. The complete star shape in this art work symbolizes Hope. Hope is something we all desire, whatever the specific need, wants or dreams we have. Bible hope is a desire based on a promise from God. This promise communicates the possibility of Gods blessing to the individual and encourages the soul. If one will plant this seed into the soil of the heart, and if the soil is kept right, it will bring forth a harvest of faith. Bible hope is faith in seed form. Have faith like a mustard seed. Natural Hope is to cherish a desire of good, or of something welcome, with expectation of obtaining it or belief that it is obtainable. Hope is a feeling or metal attitude. This hope gives us a reason to go on, based on a notion that the desire can be achieved. Faith is Hope in final form. Hope starts with a desire, a longing or a need. Add to this desire a reason for it to be expected and you have hope. We go from hopeless to hope and then faith. Hope believes you can have it someday, it is a possibility and faith is the surety. Faith transforms our hopes into realities. hopefaithprayer.com/hope/bible-hope/
The Psychology perspective on the colours used in this artwork:
Purple: promotes harmony of the mind and emotions, contributing to mental balance and stability. Peace of mind and the link between physical and spiritual world, between thought and activity.
Turquoise: Controls and heals, creating emotional balance and stability.
Blue: Reliable and responsible
White: New beginnings
Yellow: New ideas helping us to find new ways of doing things.
Orange: Optimistic, uplifting, rejuvenating our spirit.
Red: Represents power and courage, love, passion, desire, longing, sensitivity, romance, joy, strength, courage, willpower, action, determination to name but a few.
Green: The colour of balance and harmony. Balancer of the heart and emotions. It is the colour of growth, renewal and rebirth. Emotionally positive colour.
The blue symbolise water, which is essential for survival here on earth. Our hope to survive life, a situation or dreams. The floating daisies symbolize the hope of being able to stay afloat above our circumstances or situations we might find ourselves in, and in the end strengthens our faith. Water means movement, meaning that although we would like to stay afloat, we also need to take action in making our hopes and dreams a reality.

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About Leana

Leana de Villiers

Leana de Villiers was born in 1969 and grew up in the Little Karoo, Western Cape and currently lives in Somerset West, South Africa.

Since childhood de Villiers has always been a naturally creative person. She believes in the power of dedication, hard work, perseverance and persistence. "Painting is what I do; it forms an integral part of my being, my existence, it's my meditation. The Artists Curse is part of the daily struggle; however at the same time the driving force that pushes oneself and ones abilities further and further, striving to satisfy the Artist's soul." -Leana de Villiers

De Villiers has a fascination with how light affects her subject matter and likes to push the contrasts between lights and darks, yet keeping it subtle and realistic at the same time. She mainly works in oils, her first love and acrylics/mixed media on occasion. Her inspiration mostly comes from nature and the world around her.

Member of the Western Cape Art Society

I paint my past, my present and my future; my reality, my dreams, needs and desires, which all fills my subconscious mind and spills over onto the canvas. What I put onto canvas comes from my core, every fiber within myself, from every thought and every life experience I have. One may not be fully aware of this always, but your subconscious is informing your decisions all the time in life, and especially when you are making your art.

In my paintings my main aim is to capture emotion, harmony and balance while at the same time I respond to the effects of colour, light, atmosphere and the feelings stirred up within my being when painting and viewing the subject matter.

I enjoy utilizing the characteristics that the paint offers in terms of tonal values, transparency, opaqueness, warm and cool colours to create depth in my paintings.

On the back of each painting you will find the following information: Reference Number, Title of painting, size and substrate information, medium the work was painted in, my name and full signature as proof of authenticity.
I take pride in my work and believe in delivering high quality art work.

Price Range

US$ 51-217



2016- 7 October to 25 November: Group Exhibition "Abstraction" at Bright Street Gallery, Somerset West
2015- 5 December to 31 January: Masque Theatre, Muizenberg
2015- 6-7 June: "I AM" (Independent Art Movement) Group Exhibition, Franschhoek
2014- 20 May to 11 April - Twitter Art Exhibition, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A: 'Karoo Farm Cottage' was one of the first paintings to sell on opening night.
2011- October: Solo Exhibition in the Main Gallery of the CopperFlame Gallery
2011 July (Month) - Solo Exhibition in the Wendle Room at the Virtual CopperFlame Gallery. This exhibition presented all Best In Show artists of the first 7 shows.
2011 June (1 Week) - Solo Exhibition in the Thames Room at the Virtual CopperFlame Gallery. Received award for 'BEST IN SHOW 3'.


Self-taught Artist

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