Giclée Print of Vishnu with Dancing Goddesses
$310.00 – $510.00
All proceeds from the sales of these limited edition giclée prints benefit the Himalayan Art and Cultural Heritage Project, Inc. (non-profit 501c3 status pending), which works to celebrate and protect the artistic and cultural heritage of Nepal and the greater Himalayan region by promoting public awareness and education, encouraging scholarship, supporting preservation efforts and the continuation of artistic practices, discouraging illicit-traffic and facilitating voluntary returns of cultural artifacts.
Giclées are signed and numbered in limited editions of 100, printed with the highest quality archival inks on 22×30″ Arches cold press watercolor paper. Printed image size is approximately 17×24″, allowing a 2.5-3″ border. Each giclée print comes with a certificate of authenticity and information about the sculpture, artist, and non-profit.
Prints are available at tiered pricing:
- $510 – Supporters Club
includes a $200 tax-deductible donation
- $410 – Suggested Donation
includes a tax-deductible donation of $100
- $310 – Base Price
proceeds benefit the non-profit, but no additional donation is included
Information from the artist, Joy Lynn Davis:
“17th Century Vishnu with Dancing Goddesses, Sankhu, Nepal”
The image was painted with acrylics and 23 karat gold on cotton rag paper. The central god is Vishnu, the protector and maintainer of the universe. The two dancing goddesses attending him were stolen in the early 1980s. Even now the two niches remain empty. This is the first painting I did of this series. In 2010 I began the research for this series, walking all over the Kathmandu Valley in monsoon season, visiting sites of previously documented thefts. When I found this site, I was overcome by the powerful beauty of the shrine in the middle of the field. In summer 2011, I finally had the time I needed to find the vision for this series of paintings. I told everyone I was going out of town. I locked myself in the house without any distractions – alone with no phone or laptop. Even now when I close my eyes, I can envision the details of this painting more clearly than any other I’ve ever done.
|Dimensions||26 × 6 × 6 in|