Kuan Yin (Dragon and fish)
35cm x 55cm approx
14" x 22"Here I have painted Kuan Yin in a slightly ethereal and dreamy way, with her dragon looking to her with utter love. I like to see the The Dragon as her faithful servant, and also the kundalini energy that She (as the compassionate Mother figure) has tamed. I have included the fish that Kuan Yin is often depicted with, which represent prosperity and abundance, as well as lots of little bubbles, which, in my mind, represent bubbles of new possibilities and information rising from the depths.
The ahimsa silk has been eco dyed, then painted using a mixture of Dupont steam fix dyes and silk paints. The original has been pasted on to heavy weight artist paper (20" x 13") with high grade, non yellowing varnish and ready to frame in a 11' by 15" (internal of) matting.
The ahimsa silk has been eco dyed, then painted using a mixture of Dupont steam fix dyes, heat fix silk paints and sometimes some fabric metallic highlights. The original paintings of 20" x 13" (33cm x 55cm approx) have been pasted on to heavy weight artist paper with high grade, non yellowing varnish and ready to frame in, typically, a 11' by 15" matting (internal measurement of matting). Larger paintings are stretched over a canvas and varnished in the same way as the smaller paintings with the same product, but will come ready to hang.
Sale of painting stretched over heavy weight artist's paper.
Framed image is for demonstration purposes only and is not included in the sale.