‘‘What is so interesting is the application of the mental activities of a visual artist to very abstract matters. An artist has to take in perceptions, experience, emotions, attitudes, and many other complex matters. The artist has then to convert all this input into a definite brush stroke and a definite choice of colour or colour mix. What is life? What is the meaning of existence? How should we conduct our lives? As a painter, Anna converts the multiple inputs into definite form and converts the multiple considerations around the subject of life and living into a definite and usable framework.”
Edward DeBono (1933 –2021) was a Maltese physician, psychologist, author, inventor and philosopher.
Ancient Prayers are markers of ancient time inspired by the spirals of the oracle room in the Saflieni Hypogeum, Malta, and are interpreted in these paintings as the frequency of prayer.
As depicted by ancient artists thousands of years ago, the spirals extend from one to the other creating a field – a particle exchange between the different systems; fractal patterns which carry frequencies beyond the material world.