Trinity 1 by Nancy Kramp. Media: Acrylic.
This painting is part of the PRIMORDIAL SERIES as I continue to express ideas on canvas about the history of communication and it’s importance to the creative evolution of mankind. From the earliest languages and Cave Art to the development of writing and computers, our incentive has been to share our individuality with others. Trinity I is subtitled “Manu” (the Father of the human race) which is depicted in Sanskrit, binary code and with African symbols. The white shapes in motion represent the perpetual nature of evolution toward higher forms of communication.