An untitled image in spray paint on canvas by Sam Guilford, Surry, Maine
Guilford’s stenciled paintings are based on the mandala, a sacred art form significant in Buddhism and Hinduism. Employing graffiti, pop culture, spiritual imagery and political symbolism, his work is a means of self-examination and an exploration of what humans believe, value and hold sacred, both individually and collectively.
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