Friday, July 12, 2013

Buddham saranam gacchami.


The colors on week five at Kristin's SoC are, Candy Apple Red and Yellow.

My Buddha is done in those colors, using acrylic paints on 8"x 8.5" mounted canvas.

The process of drawing, painting the serene face of the Buddha somehow brought a feeling of awe and quiet in me although it was quite a hectic week.

I bow to the Buddha,

Namo buddham sharanam gacchami.

 




 

 Wishing all of you a happy weekend!

Links to:

SoC

PPF

CED

AJED

25 comments:

  1. Beautiful idol, perfect for decorating a meditation room.Saludos

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    1. Beautiful artwork, Happy PPF, Annette x

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  3. A very peaceful and meditative face, and the SOC red/yellow colours work so well with it. Beautifully done.

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  4. really lovely painting. Happy PPF!

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  5. So beautiful and meditative!

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  6. Love the colors that you used. Perfect for its intention.

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  7. Meditative and beautiful. Nice use of the colors for the challenge. xox

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  8. So good when one can paint something that gives such serene calm. Blessings, Janet PPF

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  9. Beautiful and peaceful, the colors work so well here! <3

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  10. Very calming...I'm really drawn to the eyelids for some reason.

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  11. wonderful and serene. Great use of this weeks SoC

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  12. Such a peaceful and beautiful piece. I needed to see this!

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  13. Very pretty, and always so peaceful here!! Peace begins at home I say!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  14. Oh Zafaran I am in love with your work, and I see we are both in love with Rumi! I think my last two posts were with poetry by Rumi (perhaps on my other blog shadowsideart.blogspot.ca I don't remember.) I love coming to your site. It is so soulful and so of the heart. Your work appears to be so guided by Spirit and so of the ONE. I really love that. The emptying that happens when I am at your blog is magically real, and I know you know what that means in our existential world. Thanks for continually supplying a world Zafaran that means something to people who live outside the box, such as myself. Lovies, Samara

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  15. Beautiful, peaceful Buddha. Xo

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  16. Beautiful work, love how serene the painting is ... the golden aura is gorgeous!

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  17. Serene piece again ...love the calm expression !

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  18. Another wonderful piece.
    Nicole/Beadwright

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  19. This is really beautiful. A lovely use of the colours and very tranquil peace. A feeling of peace just emanates from him. Great work.

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