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Saturday, April 5

Oriental Art



I got an email from Paris Gerrad, who guided me to her mother - Jill's hauntingly beautiful work. Jill Barton, who resides in Salt Lake City, Utah, is in love with the ancient and is inspired by the venerable images of the past. She identifies with the Japanese aesthetic, wabi-sabi, which points always to what is authentic by acknowledging three simple realities: nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect.

Her philosophy, and her technique are aptly reflected in her art. As she paints, she hopes that her paintings inspire, heal, open, connect and delight the viewer...


Here you will find a selection of her art that depict Oriental deities.









And some more of Jill's art...
Thanks Paris, for sharing the link!

10 comments:

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Bhavna said...

Thank you Minnemee and Teclado e mouse! :-)

pink dogwood said...

great find - thanks for sharing :)

Elisa Day said...

wonderful art!

acaligurl said...

the faces are so pretty.

Enzie Shahmiri said...

These are lovely, especially since the colors have such a soothing quality about them.

Bhavna said...

Thanks PinkDogwood :)

Hello Elisa!

Yes, love the serenity on the faces, acaligurl...

Thanks for dropping me a note Enzie :-)

paris parfait said...

So lovely! Thanks for the link.

Bhavna said...

Glad you liked it Tara :)

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