Photo Credit: Michael Fleck Photography
'Namaste' meaning Greetings: Namaste II
The painting “Namaste” meaning Greetings is inspired by the ancient traditional South Indian mandala art called Kolam. Kolam is a form of geometric art made with dots, lines, loops, and curves. It is a sign to welcome people into the home, a tribute to harmonious co-existence, and thought to bring prosperity.
My mandala paintings are hand drawn and painted with zero size brush with meticulous precision and intricacy. The colors and texture are inspired by Indian Kanchipuram Silk, a type of woven silk fabric, which is an inherent part of several traditional and religious Indian ceremonies, especially weddings.
The painting Namaste II highlights the meaning and significance of traditional geometric art, Kolam and the prominence of Kanchipuram textile art of India.
Acrylic on hardboard panel
24" H x 24" W x 1.5" D
The artwork is original and signed by Vidya Shyamsundar. The painting is varnished for protection, wired, and ready to hang and comes with a sleek custom black floater frame that is 1.5 inches deep. The information about the artwork is labeled on the reverse.