30 Jun 2020

Mandala Drawings Adaptations


Mandala Drawings by Tatyanka Gunchak
An ancient form of art, adapted in the twenty-first century.
Russian Artist Tatyanka Gunchak takes complex and precise mandala patterns, and incorporates them within, or aside other drawings.

Animals, objects, performance dance, architecture and more... They all get this detailed geometric treatment, that is the signature of this form of art.

Even though the illustrations are mostly formed by repeating geometric patterns, they are not as stiff as you would first think; the fluidity of the design first tree, is a beautiful example of what I mean.

I love how art, through artists, finds a way of evolving concepts, without loosing sight of its origins. Not replacing it, but experimenting and co-existing side by side.

Clock by T. Gunchak
Clock.
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Tree by T. Gunchak
Tree.
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Tree of Life by T. Gunchak
Tree of Life.
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Butterfly by T. Gunchak
Butterfly.
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Owl by T. Gunchak
Owl.
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Lighthouse by T. Gunchak
Lighthouse.
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Hot Air Balloon by T. Gunchak
Hot Air Balloon.
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Paper Air Plane by T. Gunchak
Paper Air Plane.
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Tornado and Paper Boat by T. Gunchak
Tornado and Paper Boat.
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Waves by T. Gunchak
Waves.
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Sailboat by T. Gunchak
Sailboat.
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Ballerina by T. Gunchak
Ballerina.
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Mandala and universe by T. Gunchak
Mandala and universe at the centre.
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