These works of art allude to the ironic, satiracal, thought provoking animism
of goauche and ink works first presented at Casa de Cultura, Malaga, Spain, 1965, a
language reminiscent of Goya and Bosch, Para-Mandalas are the fruition of that direction, a highly expressive
mixed media form of drawing-painting-collage. This intensely personal idiom will evidence research in mystical literature
Oriental and Occidental wisdom texts, the occult, current and ancient history, plus highly personal references blended and woven together. Clear and obscure relationships take on added significance and meaning in new
compelling contexts. Para refers to Parables, and Mandala to the Tibetan devices in tapestry and paint used in contemplative meditation.