I am particularly fond and proud of this painting. This one was made using simple tools at first - protractor and ruler - so the geometry here is more precise, and the feeling of three-dimensionality is stronger. It is basically divided into nine sections. Notice how some of these sections are primarily hexagons with six-pointed stars; and some are primarily pentagons with five-pointed stars. This motif hints at the Sefirot (three by three) with the fractal repetition within each section expressing the tenth and final Sefirah.
Acrylic on paper
60 x 50 cm