The 'Fallen Planets' was visioned somewhere in September 2006! The planets are aligned to their exact distances, with the "sun" as the origin. It's called the falling planets because of the idea that when vortices and gravitational forces looses their forces, this event would happen.
This painting reflects of my vision over the appearance of young "earth"!
In my vision, earth was made of gasses, with some developing dusts formed into earth.
It was formed with billions of years of developments within the mercy of darkness...
The 'Ring of Allah' vestiges the first darkness of original universe, invesaging the moment before 'creation'.
In this painting, I was meditating, and have accomplished such a vision that this must have been the very moment when God thought of creating the planets, the stars, and the suns.
This painting has a very emotional impact on me, because, as a mother, you seem to forever remember the time when you give birth to a child. This cosmic evolution of a 'star birth' enveloped with two petals of a red rose, becomes more like a fusion of intellectual reformations based on what molecular values are present in our planet accompanied with what atomic values...
This is my example of "The Big Bang"...
There evolved an explosion of young stars and young planets, including stars...that which 'atomic particle's' dance could have played a great role in the division of exact positions of the entities.
The "eye" which is at the middle was a result of my passion to understand my autistic son's most intriguing habits of collecting marbles and balls.
This red ball at the middle was caught painted by myself, reflecting the first 'atomic planet'.
This painting reminds me of how the surrogate mother wants to protect and incorporate her child. That, as when a 'mother' - earth tries to incorporate her son - the sun, with various moments of cooling helium and all kinds of gasses.
I'm invisioned myself as the foetus here, but in this case, a cosmic foetus whom, in all freedom of creation or re-creation, creates all aspects of universal features...