This work is a part of a new series the artist worked on during the pandemic.
The series – The Raksha masks in Sri Lanka came in to use in pre historic eras in the times of pandemics as means of warding off sicknesses through ritualistic perfomances of dance and music. This rituals has had an immense effect on the influence on the art and architectural of Sri Lanka (formally known as Ceylon) through the decades till date.
In this particular piece the artist explores use of the decorative aspect of Raksha design and detail on local buildings, at the entrances to ward off evil and sickness. the by gone days of superstition and today as a symbol of tradition art decor. reserved for exhibition till july 2021
signed in artist native language( SInhala) mix media oil/acrylic/collage painting.
Artist is an award winner at the London art Biennale in 2019.$29,317$29,317
This is a unique xt large PMS abstract acrylic painting that will make a statement in your home or office. This piece has a mature, modern design aesthetic. This piece is fierce and full of energy, beauty and exuberance. The colors streak and overlap, while also being contrasted by subtle and bold color shifts. The accents of black, bright yellow, white and cool blue is both modern and striking. Fragments of surface color and movement peak through the top layers of paint as bold colors streak and breeze across the surface in stripes and waves, creating a unique painterly design piece. It is truly a extra large abstract modern painting like no other that will enhance your space.$5,123$5,123