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Title  : «Ganesha» etching, aquatint 41x29 cm, 2009 Тhe series of etchings «The way». Diptych.

Nataliya Finyutina was born in 1982 in Moscow, Russia. In 2007 has graduated STATE ACADEMIC ART INSTITUTE named after V.I. Surikov in Moscow with first class degree. Read more...

Тhe series of etchings «The way», diptych «Kedarnath.The Temple» and «Ganesha» was created after the monthly journey to the cities of India in 2009, timed to the full moon eclipse, with the visiting the most ancient Indian city Varanasi, Pathna, and the most important and sacred Hindu Shiva temple. The most important and sacred places of pilgrimage in Himalayas, it has especial energetics: all bad things literally burns there, sparse air of the high mountains makes being there the real challenge for the spirit, will power and body.

Errant sages-sadhu, who are sitting near the Temple, spend their days praying. Above all this, on the big plateau, the ancient Temple is settled, and the secret old rituals are performed. Kedarnath – is the «field» (kedara), where the seeds of Moksha (freedom) and it is the most sanctuary I Himalayas and the biggest Temple oh Shiva in India. Greatness and mystical meaning of this place I wanted to give in the full of symbols and images diptych. The sheet «Ganesha» is dedicated to the god of wisdom and welfare, destroying the obstacles, the son of the gods Shiva and Parvati. He is depicted against the background of the majestic peaks, glacier ridge of the sacred Himalayas.

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