Who do you see? Devata or Devi? | Creative Gaga
Vijaya Laxmi exhibits the power that a woman possesses through her illustration series, 'Devi', 'Shiva-Shakti' and various other series.
Ilesha and Axa, Mridul Sen
The artwork been sculpted or developed from my imagination. Two of the Characters Ilesha (Goddess) the lady and Axa ( Reflection) the panther been developed from few of my rough sketches prior the sculpting and few during the sculpting process.
Macchiwali - Bombaywale - ARTIST SERIES - COLLECTIONS
MACCHIWALI | Artist Shruthi Venkataraman's Bombaywale Series paints a vibrant picture of the people who form the backbone of the city of Mumbai. Say hello to the next one you meet. You'll have said hello to Bombay. || Artist Series | Artist - Shruthi Venkataraman || A5 / A4 / A3 / A2 || ☏ (+91) 22 26550982 || #ThisIsMyArt ● #ArtOfOurTimes ●
Shiva is known to grant boons to his devotees frequently even if they happen to be some mischievous ones. He is called Bholenath the innocent one because he is pure in heart and easy to please. Which means if you love him and worship him and even if you have some defects and weaknesses you can be sure of his love and compassion.Shiva makes and breaks all social customs and moral codes to convey his state of freedom. Which means you do not have to worry about what you eat how you live what…
My 2016 Digital Artwork on Maa Durga "Triyambake Gauri " "Durga" means the Invincible . Durga symbolizes the power of the Supreme Being that maintains moral order and righteousness in the universe. When Goddess Durga is depicted having three eyes, she is referred to as Triyambake. Symbolically Her Left Eye represents desire – the moon; the Right Eye action – the sun and the Third Eye represents knowledge or Fire.