|Title: SPRING AT LHASA
Image Size: 30.875 W x 24.625 H
Paper Size: 31.375 W x 25.25 H (unframed) Sold Out
Artist's Proofs: 10
Printer's Proofs: 3
High atop the “Rooftop of the World” in Tibet, the beauty of Spring exists in almost the absence of oxygen. The exquisite, yet brutal snows of Winter, and home to the mythical snow lions, begin to thaw, under a sky of azure blue, devoid of almost any earthly contaminants. To view the heavens in Tibet is to feel they are almost within reach. And it is in this country of spirituality where the re-birth of Spring, indoors and outdoors takes on an energy rarely experienced on this planet. With over 6,000 monasteries as observatories to the sky above, Spring brings hope, joy and an understanding of how special this planet truly is.
Notes on Original Work of Art:
Acrylic, metallic and fluorescent paints on heavy watercolor paper, veiled over with Japanese rice lace, bathed in a blend of archival beeswax and UV-resistant polymers, bordered with wood insets wrapped with late 1800’s Indian sari fabric, with outside panels wrapped with canvas from a late 1800’s Tibetan thangka, accented with raised gold and mineral pigments, adorned at each corner with a silver image of Buddha from a late 1800’s Tibetan silver inlaid hat, all mounted onto archival museum board.
Notes on Giclée:
1. The image of the vessel is hand-embellished by the Artist using 4 acrylic paint colors on the canvas.
2. The small lilac and pink flowers are hand-embellished using 12 acrylic paint colors on the canvas.
Printed using archival inks on water resistant fine art canvas.
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