One State of Being
Limestone base kinetic sculpture accented with Swarovski crystals.
It is called One State of Being because it is inspired by the Hunab Ku, an ancient Mayan symbol, said to represent the Supreme God or the One Being, with ‘Hunab’ meaning ‘one state of being’ and ‘Ku’ meaning ‘God.’ It represents and unites all opposites in the universe: male and female, dark and light, yin, and yang, conscious and unconscious, internal and external—the infinite list spins round and round. It can be likened to the yin-yang symbol, with black spirals on one side, and white spirals on the other. All of us as one we spiral and interwine through the divine together.