Private collection of "Mangunhardjono for South East Asia" -
(Acrylic on canvas 80x100cm)
In interpretation this painting represents elemental creativity and the actualization of creation. It is birth and creativity in every realm of life. Thus, it represents feminine creativity, symbolized by the vulva and flowers (orchids) that are designed nearly invisible on the surface and symbolize growing things.
When this painting becomes a part of the viewer it symbolizes love and joy in life and the process of creativity. It also symbolizes the healthful nurturing we must put into our creative actions.
The small planet on the right side of the bottom symbolizes the male position in its weakness to be destined to circle around the center of creativity; the vulva.