Thirty Daily Greetings – Day 29 – In the name of Rumi


 

Fatima Killeen
In the name of Rumi 2012
Colour collograph, wood, found Dervish image & objects
54cm x 32cm x 15cm

“When we came to Australia, we brought nothing with us from Iran, but Rumi was always in our thoughts…” Sara expressed this passionately through her work and discussions.

The feather will guide you to a place of a whirling dervish as it takes you through the cathartic journey of writing. In the heart of this drawer a pen rests inside an ink stone in shape of a heart. This heart lies inside the meridian ring…My work remembers the great poet, the messenger of love…Rumi. His message of unlimited tolerance continues to transcend all borders.

In the name of Rumi - Fatima Killeen - www.fatimakilleen.com

About Fatima Killeen

Fatima Killeen is a Moroccan painter/printmaker from Casablanca now living in Canberra, Australia
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