limited edition museum archival print, edition of 95
Prints are created by capturing the original painting as a high resolution digital image. They are then printed using lightfast pigments. Every artwork is titled, numbered with it's unique edition number, dated with the year of printed and signed by Sofia.
587 x 695mm (unframed)
850 x 960mm (framed)
Aoraki Fractalis is a surreal, interdimensional view of Aoraki Mt Cook, Ngāi Tahu's sacred mountain, as seen from the Hooker Glacier terminal lake. Triangular patterns, found in eastern sacred geometry, mathematical fractals and traditional Maori art, are painted in shiny, metallic gold and dominate the realm of Rakinui - the Sky Father. White snow from the mountain drips as a waterfall to the bottom of the painting where curious saffron-robed buddhist monks serenely walk by. To Sofia the monks represent a human element of flesh, blood, religion and culture, attempting to connect to a larger cosmic picture.