Reflections on Reality

At The End Of Many Lives

1,500.00
At the End of Many Lives 2
At The End of Many Lives _ Left
At The End of Many Lives _ Right
At The End of Many Lives _ Floor

At The End Of Many Lives

1,500.00

Oil on Canvas. Diptych.

Left: 40 in x 30 in

Right: 24 in x 36 in

Total : 64 in x (36 in / 30 in.)

Description: Ever since I got back from Poland, I haven't been able to stop thinking about one of my paintings I made there, and I haven't been able to figure out a way to get my paintings back to the US. So, I spent the past month recreating my favorite painting from Poland.

 

 

The title of the first painting was "Kishore-ji". I don't know who Kishore-ji is but while he was in our lives for a brief period of time, he helped Rajesh T K a lot. He was Rajesh's teacher. We never met him. I haven't even ever spoken to him. Rajesh used to speak to him on the phone from time to time.

The Sanskrit letters read "bahoonam janmanaam ante" meaning "At the end of many lives". The words could also mean "At the end of many long journeys". The two people in the painting represent a teacher and a student. Because we didn't really ever get to meet Kishore-ji, the people in the painting appear unfinished.

This painting is dedicated to the sacred presence of Kishore-ji in our lives.

Of course, no two paintings are exactly the same. This one has a midnight blue background (hard to tell in the pictures). The figures are white and silver. And it took me a whole month because I used oil paints and had to be patient between coats and while making ridges in the background.

 

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Oil on Canvas. Diptych.

Left: 40 in x 30 in

Right: 24 in x 36 in

Total : 64 in x (36 in / 30 in.)

Description: Ever since I got back from Poland, I haven't been able to stop thinking about one of my paintings I made there, and I haven't been able to figure out a way to get my paintings back to the US. So, I spent the past month recreating my favorite painting from Poland.

 

 

The title of the first painting was "Kishore-ji". I don't know who Kishore-ji is but while he was in our lives for a brief period of time, he helped Rajesh T K a lot. He was Rajesh's teacher. We never met him. I haven't even ever spoken to him. Rajesh used to speak to him on the phone from time to time.

The Sanskrit letters read "bahoonam janmanaam ante" meaning "At the end of many lives". The words could also mean "At the end of many long journeys". The two people in the painting represent a teacher and a student. Because we didn't really ever get to meet Kishore-ji, the people in the painting appear unfinished.

This painting is dedicated to the sacred presence of Kishore-ji in our lives.

Of course, no two paintings are exactly the same. This one has a midnight blue background (hard to tell in the pictures). The figures are white and silver. And it took me a whole month because I used oil paints and had to be patient between coats and while making ridges in the background.