Sadık Arı

“In the marshes the buckbean has lifted its feathery mist of flower spikes above the bed of trefoil leaves. The fimbriated flowers are a miracle of workmanship and every blossom exhibits an exquisite disorder of ragged petals finer than lace. But one needs a lens to judge their beauty: it lies hidden from the power of your eyes, and menyanthes must have bloomed and passed a million times before there came any to perceive and salute their loveliness. The universe is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.”

Eden Philpotts, A Shadow Passes


  1. Pillage, Ink on Paper, 67 x 91 cm, 2014
  2. Untitled, Ink on Paper, 67 x 91 cm, 2018
  3. Untitled, Ink on Paper, 25,5 x 60,5 cm, 2021