The artist’s interpretation is that all cultures that have existed in our history have bequeathed us with their most intimate experience through symbolic language. To relate to the spiritual world, and to synthesise that mystical relationship with life through the symbol, it is fundamental for the encounter to see that element between the divine and the human.
In this mural Skount has illustrated a hand (as a symbol of blessing and protection) with a drawn circle, holding a human entity, because above all the symbolic cosmos the circle arises, like the wheel of life that spins. Just like the whole nature, with its cycles, its rhythms and its eternal movement. The viewer is invited to see the work in its totality.
The new work also features illustration of some hummingbirds, according to some Mayan legends, they are the ones in charge of transporting the thoughts and desires of the men and at the same time they collect the souls to guide them to the Paradise. When dying, humankind leaves the body on Earth but the soul continues its existence; it detaches itself to fly into a flower. Souls fly from a flower to another.
This mural represents a cycle of the passage of our spiritual feeling, the relationship of the soul with the Earth, humanity.