The concept of my earlier work has always centered on the point of coming together. Converging. Embracing. Coming together as one. I always pondered on the rather peculiar composition of my artwork that was always done intuitively. Now, after several years and within the space of openness and gratitude, I see the beauty of that unseen point of connection. The infinite space of expansion. A space that we hold for our hearts and other living beings. Allowing myself and others to be the powerful and beautiful creators of this life and beyond. Trusting the intuition and co-creating consciousness as we journey as one.

This work, titled “The Wildflower Seekers” is a celebration of convergence. The adventures of fellow hearts in capturing the beauty of Western Australian native flowers, as captured by the lens of their passion. I am grateful to express this connection that binds us all.

The Wildflower Seekers – the poem

Voice echoing, in the space of nothingness

converging, becoming the sound of emotions.

Bliss, enveloping my beating heart,

beneath the perceived chaos and logic,

revealing the rawness of oneness.

A feeling of belonging to nothingness,

to love,

to grace,

heart weeping with joy and sorrow

grateful for the valley of emotions, sensations and breath

of the body, soul and beyond

all one, for eternity.

The Wildflower Seekers – the drawing

Published by Sharon Mak

Sharon is a self-taught artist with expansive graphite and mixed-media work focusing on the diverse Australian native flora. Her art work is emotionally rich to bring out the unique and intricate qualities of the native species, drawing parallelism in the abundance of lives around her, and those that continue to inspire her. Her attention to fine details and composition is evident as you delve into Sharon's portfolio of works. Sharon has exhibited in Melbourne and Sydney over the years.

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