As above so below

“One thing the serious study of analytic psychology tells us is that “there is always another side to something, whatever it is.” We are grateful to Malekeh Nayiny for sharing her vision of this ancient truth. Born in Teheran, educated in France, the U.K., and the U.S., she lives now in Paris. Taking as her springboard the ancient secret of Hermes Trismegisthus, that “things above are copies of things below,” and vice versa, her art depicts in both serious and whimsical fashion, the presence of the mirroring opposite in each of us. We thank her for her art, and for her generous sharing it with the audience of the Jung Society of Washington.”Malekeh Nayiny had more than 100 art exhibitions all around the world: the USA, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Portugal, Turkey, India, Arab Emirates, and Iran. 

– James Hollis

https://www.jung.org/Gallery_Melekeh_Nayiny

A great piece of work doesn’t need any comment but sometimes, even Shakespeare welcomes somebody else’s fears and hopes.
Malekeh reaches The Tempest, coming from another ocean and another wreck.
Her eye, her hand, her colors have nothing to do with Shakespeare. But finally, wherever they come from, all dreams are one dream.
And every life is another life’s mirror.

– Jean-Claude Carrière