Mon Habit À Roi L’isa

Mon Habit À Roi L’isa


… serenity unfolds the inner beauty of value …
… the smile mystifies time and space to
 a recurrent greeting …
… of opportunities of experience multi-dimensionally
 connected to one …
… wearing is bearing …
… inspiring the garment is to inhabit a kingdom …
… my place is to inhabit my robe …
… wearing in dignity …


Acrylic on strengthened cotton160 x 120 cm2013

Knowing, dignity and responsibility

In Mon habit à Roi L’isa, William Otermans experiences the mystical aspect of the Mona Lisa. Her name is encrypted in the title. He sees her smile as a symbol of knowledge, the secret knowing.

The woman’s face in the top left of the painting is a wink to Mona Lisa.
This painting is about reconnecting with the feminine power, the knowledge of universal laws.

The secret knowing and the disclosure of this, is linked to our consciousness. Only when we are ready for world peace and we stop deploying the mystical knowing to make war, it will reveal itself to us. To increase our consciousness, respect, integrity and dignity are needed.

Mon Habit À Roi L’isa also appeals to dignity, depicted in the figure, dressed in a robe in serene colors. Roi L’isa, the king of Isa, is Jesus. Jesus had a high consciousness and was an illuminating example. Are we capable of wearing our robe (mon habit) of responsibility? To carry our function or role in life with dignity?