This pattern is a celebration of the pattern named ” Breath of the Compassionate” by Professor Keith Critchlow, named afterthe name of God Nafs Ar Rahma in Quran, and Nafesh ar Rachma in Judaic Tradition. it represents the two stages of soul just like the chest, as it expands and contracts. The name of Godthat means the one who expands is called Basit and the one who Contracts is called Qabiz.
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White ink and watercolor on ink dyed archival paper