The painting consists of two canvases of equal size divided by a volumetric sphere. This division is made not only by physical surface but also the way of placing basic geometrical forms on each half of the work. The left canvas has more oil whereas the right one is made mainly with ground, sand, clay, and shell limestone. This combination of natural media with oil renders the idea of individuality and difference between the two parts. They are trying to reach synchronization and meet at the focal point made of the silver-painted wooden sphere. As a result, this combination of more monochrome part with more contrast and colorful one gives birth to a certain new formation. Left and right peripheral bands of various sized rectangles made with colored oil paint underline the suggestiveness of natural media. The intensive colors of these bands infer another space dimension. This work was inspired by my thoughts about the contribution of dual entities with differences of one another, which result in harmony.