The transposition of these zoomorphic creatures on these grand tapestries evolves through a lengthy and elaborate exploration in which light is the protagonist. This can be observed in these tapestries by the extraordinary aesthetic quality and the metaphoric expression that traditionally associated beauty to spiritual energy or divine cosmic force. Numerous canvases are cut and shaped by hand, painted with iridescent, metallic colour before being exposed to combustion or treated with acids to bring out the luminescent surfaces, to achieve new chromatic nuances. Minute fragments of materials, are organized, layered, fixed in place, then sewn together to achieve the effect of scales, feathers, rough, shiny, irregular, light weight and mobile to emulate the surface of the mythological monster. The procedure requires infinite patience to draw harmony from a structure that is made up of a such a chaotic mix of materials. This effort further reveals the powerful influence of the oriental practice of the Mandala, and represents a journey towards harmony. The articulated surfaces are defined by points of light, spreading out in different directions, creating yet more colour. The chromatic effect generates a magical atmosphere, in which colour emanates an exciting energy that in turn affects the observer's internal emotions.