Ganesha's Blessing

Paul Jaarsma

imaginary

€ 255
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Ganesha's Blessing

Paul Jaarsma

imaginary

€ 255
free shipping

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Inspiration
The young monk seated in front of a Ganesha temple in this painting is blessed by a temple elephant (the embodiment of Ganesha). Ganesha is the son of Shiva (emptiness) and Shakti (fullness), Ganesha represents the intermediary between the explicable and the unexplainable. According to the Hindu religion, Ganesha will help his devotees overcome the existing obstacles in life and eventually recognize Shiva / Shakti (source of existence). In India, these temple elephants exist. They are usually beautifully painted and decorated. They continually bless the temple visitors.

Work method
This time-consuming technique originally comes from the Renaissance period. Leonardo da Vinci and Botticelli made use of this painting method. Recent artists adapted it somewhat, in accordance with today's consumables, but the principle has remained the same.The shape is determined by the play of light and dark, and with this fact I start on a gray pre-worked panel, the form with Omber natural and Titanium white to put down. In the mid-tone the gray background still continues to do its job. After this underpainting has cured sufficiently, the colors are transparent (glaze) to semi-transparent. The light is increased in layers This is often repeated several times, creating a mystical depth in the painting and starting to live strongly with the right lighting. After all, the light is reflected back in certain gradations through the layer of color via the underlayer, which gives an extra dimension to the work.

Price of the original work: €15.000,-

- Exclusive limited edition of 100

Special art print
Special art prints are issued in lower numbers and produced with superior printing techniques on extraordinary material with a high-end finish. The size of the work is often larger than the original and they come 'ready-to-hang' with a suspension system included.

The limited edition special art print "Ganesha's Blessing" by Paul Jaarsma bears the artist's signature and a handwritten edition number.

Certificate of authenticity
A unique certificate of authenticity is issued and included with every purchased print. The certificate contains an image of the artwork, material specifications and the edition number. The certificate is signed by the original artist and the master printer and carries the embossed Certified Art Giclée™ quality mark.

Lifelong warranty
Mr. Wallski offers a lifelong warranty on conservation and colour retention, provided you treat the print correctly. The certificate of authenticity is your proof of ownership. We therefore recommend that you keep the certificate in a safe and dry place.

Hahnemühle German Etching
The fine art print "Ganesha's Blessing" by Paul Jaarsma is made using 310 grams German Etching paper which is a traditional machine-made etching paper. It has an extremely soft surface with a light structure and is very popular amongst graphic designers. This paper is extremely suitable for complex prints and belongs to the absolute top of digital printing materials. German Etching meets the highest standards set by museums and art collectors.

Type:Fine art print
Edition:Limited edition of 100
Artist:Paul Jaarsma
Title work:Ganesha's Blessing
Material:Hahnemühle German Etching
Frame:unframed
Size print:52.5 x 70 cm
Size image:42.5 x 60 cm
Certificate of authenticity:Yes
Artist signature:Yes
Warranty:Lifelong quality guarantee

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about the artist

Meet Paul Jaarsma

Paul Jaarsma

After traveling over 35.000 km through the whole continent of Africa Jaarsma realized that respect forms the backbone for people who live in harmony with nature. Nature shows that in all its beauty. It is his wish to give shape to this awareness and transfer it to others.

'The images which flow from his brushes are timeless in essence, but in terms of image, they may be history soon.'

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