Technicolor Buddha Painting by Zainab Zeb

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Technicolor Buddha

Zainab Zeb


Size: 30 W x 40 H x 1.5 in

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Painting: Oil on .

A little briefing and background about this piece: It’s not just its sheer scale or visual image and symbols that have obvious significant meaning.

The true symbolism lies within the colors. The dove on the right side by Buddha’s ear represents peace, unity. A holy dove is often the symbol of a messenger. The combination of these colors symbolizes Truth. Individually, each paint stroke makes no sense. Combined, this painting is the essence of harmony.

Blue – signifies the concept of loving kindness and peace. Across cultural boundaries, blue is associated with eternity, truth, devotion, faith, purity, chastity, peace, spirit and intellect. Blue also represents melancholia. Blue is calm. Blue is ultimate victory is over ignorance and suffering.

Yellow – the complete absence of form and emptiness. The color of humans. Yellow stands for restraint and nourishment. It serves as a symbol of humility and separation from a materialistic society. Therefore it is said to signify renunciation and being the color of earth, it is also a symbol of the equanimity of the earth.

Red – symbolizes achievement, wisdom, virtue, fortune, and dignity. Red is hunger, thirst, danger, passion, warning. Red is life. Red is the Id. It represents subjugation and summoning. Red is your situation, your surroundings, your experiences.

Green- Fortune, earth, stubborn. Green is the middle of the visible color spectrum. Green is nature, trees, plant, growth. In addition, green denotes youthful vigor and mischievous activity.

Orange – stands for wisdom, strength and dignity. Orange is a precursor, and it is defined. Orange is social, our universal need to connect and belong to one another. It is symbolic of transitions.

White – stands for purity and emancipation. White is the combination of the entire color spectrum combined. Order through Chaos. Peace. White serves to remind us that one must experience all the temporary states of being and use collective knowledge and experiences to grasp the idea of enlightenment.

Black- Black symbolizes killing and anger as well as primordial darkness. Many fierce deities are often rendered in black in order to signify the darkness of hate and ignorance as well as the role that these qualities have to play in the awakening of clarity and truth. So while black may symbolize certain evils, understand that these evils must be overcome in order to reach eventual enlightenment. Black is the absence of all colors in a spectrum. In order for light to be made, there must be black.

Gold symbolizes power, strength, and perfection. Gold is also the most precious and malleable metal, which I also associate with humanity.

Silver represents energy, flow, and connectivity. Silver and gold paint weave throughout each color to tie and link separate entities into one unified image.