Thelymitra macrophylla (Sun Orchid), Oil on Canvas, 100cm x 100cm, 2019

Roses II, 130 x 80cm, Oil on Canvas, 2019

Courtesy Private Collection, SZ, China

Arabidopsis thaliana (Thale Cress), 200 x 150cm, Oil on Canvas, 2018

Courtesy Feral Horses, UK

1. The above video shows the pattern drawn by the equidistant of Venus and Earth as they orbit the Sun. 

2. The equidistant point between Earth and Venus creates a pattern whereby a five-fold symmetry is represented.

3. The number 5 is a constant in the equation to calculate Phi;

 

4. The orbit of Venus and Earth is therefore not random and its movement related to Phi.

5. These celestial bodies are therefore linked intrinsically to the growth pattern of living organisms. 

Camellia sinensis (Camellia) , 150 x 100cm, Oil on Canvas, 2018

Courtesy Kaida Global Gallery, GD, China

Erysimum pallasii (Wallflower), 60 x 36.8cm, Oil on Panel, 2017

Courtesy Huakai Investment Group Co., Ltd

Fraxinus excelsior (Ash), 178 x 110cm, Oil on Panel, 2017

Atropa belladonna (Nightshade), 60 x 36.8cm, Oil on Panel, 2017

Courtesy private collection, Hong Kong

Lilium candidum (Lily), 200 x 150cm, Oil on Canvas, 2017

Hydrangea macrophylla (Hydrangea), 100 x 100cm, Oil on Panel, 2017

Courtesy private collection, UK

Prunus serrulata (Cherry Blossom), 100 x 100cm, Oil on Panel, 2017

Dracaena sanderiana (Bamboo), 35 x 55cm, Oil on Canvas, 2018

Hedera helix (Ivy), 150 x 150cm, Oil on Canvas, 2017

Courtesy private collection, Hong Kong

Dahlia pinnata (Dahlia), 35 x 35cm, Oil on Canvas, 2018

Courtesy Copelouzos Family Art Museum Collection

The question of life is Why.

The answer, simply, is All. 

As Above,

So below.

Window, 200 x 100cm, Oil on Panel, 2017

Courtesy private collection, UK