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Aum Gaanesha The original water color Painting is enhanced with Swarovski Crystals and gold acrylics. This is a beautiful gift idea for Diwali Festival. When you look at Ganesha, You may see a charming, slightly comical elephant-headed God that you have been told to pray to first, before you start anything new. He is believed to be the remover of obstacles. There are deeper symbolic meanings for Ganesha. His large ears and head indicate that he has gained wisdom through listening and reflecting on the eternal truths of the Vedas. His head and trunk are curved into the shape of the Om, our most sacred of symbols, representing the primeval sound of creation and our most powerful mantra in prayer and meditation. The importance of the elephant is also that it is a herbivore, eating Sathwic food, a calm and gentle animal that also has immense strength, which it uses only when needed. Lord Ganesha's large belly is said to contain the whole universe. If you have any questions, contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for stopping by
Painting:Watercolor on Paper
Size:12 W x 18 H x 0.1 D in
Ready to Hang:Not applicable
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Art for me is a journey of soul, which never ends. To make this journey beautiful, and lively I am painting the path so others can walk on this path happily. Born and brought up in India, a land of Art, Culture, and spirituality. I got love for art from my Father, who was a great appreciator of my paintings and from mother I inherited love for life, and both of them were strong believers of God. My father would daily sing prayers with one of his musical instrument and mother would perform Hawan daily. My paintings therefore reflect a very musical and spiritual feel. The human faces I paint, have very angelic expressions. My family was very conservative thus I was confided to my city where I pursued my Bachelor and later Master’s degree in FINE ARTS. My mother always accompanied me when I had to do outdoor sketching and landscapes, she would pack food for both of us and used to read novels while I was busy painting. So it used to be like a picnic always. Library was my favorite place, and all money that I would get from parents for buying clothes I used to spend on buying Great Artist’s books and art material. I was influenced by Ajanta Paintings in India, which reflected my work too. They became my base. The flow and the curves my figures have are very identical to Ajanta paintings. Again they are god’s depictions, so I was surrounded with spirituality, which till date reflects my work and my personality. The Indian artist that influenced my work was N.S Bendre, Amrita Shergill. Claude Monet's paintings also influenced my work. I got married in 1970 and pursued my carrier as an art lecturer but could not participate in art exhibitions due to financial concerns. Once my children grew I got time to paint and participated in some group shows in Delhi, India. Later in the year 2002 I migrated to America, which is a Beautiful Country. I am presently staying in Buffalo, New York. Being here my artistic expression has taken a new turn. Now I am associated with some Galleries and also have participated in group Shows and Competitions. This is a land of opportunities and I don’t want to be left behind, and explore my talent to the max.
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