Three queens like the three Maggi... but they don't bring gifts but their children... Where?"Not from riches but from virtues... Read More
Three queens like the three Maggi... but they don't bring gifts but their children... Where?"Not from riches but from virtues comes beauty."
This was written to me by an Italian architect I know while looking at the painting. We're experimenting on how and what he'll see without my prompting . Immediately, his own education, an attempt to find a biblical story, played a cruel joke on him .
I know from my childhood that artists don't like questions from the category, and this is about what, and why so, what you wanted to say.I love but not always can ...
Now I will try to answer myself these questions .The work is called Pachamama. So the Quechua Indians call one of the main female deities, the patroness of Earthly existence ( land and fertility), according to Andean and Amazonian myths, the progenitor of humanity or the mother of the World . Its image in pre-Columbian America is the upper part of the Inca cross (minted)
The compromise Union of Catholicism and polytheism created its own pictorial system, where Pachamama