Om Namah Shivaya | Print on Paper | Open Edition
$35.00 – $65.00
- Number of copies: unlimited
- Paper: Archival watercolor paper, 100% Cotton
- Finish: matboard, backboard (depending on the size)
- Series: Through Her Eyes
About the Om Namah Shivaya painting:
The Sedona painting is a part of the Through Her Eyes collection.
Yoga practice became a big part of my life back in Russia in 2012 when I met my teacher with whom we share the first name — Gala. Her yogi name is Kavya and she keeps guiding me and dozens of other students all over the world through the mindful practice of Hatha Yoga.
She became my inspiration for this painting and I decided to give her face to the Adiyogi (the First Yogi) — Lord Shiva. At the bottom of the painting, I added Shiva’s mantra Om Namah Shivaya in Sanscrit (ॐ नमः शिवाय). You can read more in this blog post.
The print comes unframed and ships in a flat package.
About the print series:
This is the limited edition print series of 250 copies printed in the archive quality paper. Every copy is numbered and signed by hand.
Shows & recognitions:
Best In Show at San Dieguito Art Guild Group Show, February 2021
About the Through Her Eyes series:
A series of women’s faces, fictional and symbolic characters, vibrant colors that represent cultural and social aspects of different places and times filtered through my personal and cultural perception.
|Dimensions||26 × 20 × 2 in|
9"x12" with 12"x16" mat, 16"x20" no mat