Green flower of life.
I also have a blue more detailed version in a similar design, both the original and as digital download. . Spring green gradients of laquer with a netting of the flower of life design with a woody lush and fecund feel surrounded by a pommegranate design.
The original painting was made with Bombay Inks on H40 x W30 cm Ampersand Claybord. Both these materials are sublime to work with and after layer upon layer of painting they have a jewel, stained glass clarity to them. This work has many small details like the pearls in the mesh of gold petals.
Why the Flower of Life?
......because I have always loved and been drawn to this symbol by its symmetry, repetition and a seeming simple perfection.
This mystical symbol can be found in almost all major religions in the entire world. The Flower of Life is said to be over 6,000 years old and is composed of several concentric, equal, overlapping circles. It is said to contain vital information on the secrets of the universe and all living things. The earliest record of this symbol was said to be found on the alabaster steps that were once parts of the palace of King Ashurbanipal and has been dated to 645 BC.
Many spiritual and mystical geometric figures have been drawn from the pattern of the Flower of Life. The sacred Tree of Life in Kabbalah teachings, for instance, may be taken from the concentric patterns within the Flower of Life. Leonardo da Vinci, himself, was able to derive platonic solids and the golden ratio of phi from the Flower of Life.
Text courtesy off: https://www.ancient-symbols.com
Text courtesy off: www.ka-gold-jewelry.com
I am now offering this image as an instant download for you to make a digital print, frame as you please and bring a mystical mood to any room.
About this digital download:
This is a large file at 300dpi which can print up to H 48 x W28 cms H19 x W11" so will fit fine inside most paper sizes and frames.
A link to the image (Max size H 48 x W28 cms H19 x W11" ) will be sent immediately upon payment.
Although you can print on to any paper, I recommend an archival fine art paper if you intend to use the image as an art print. An excellent choice would be Hahnemeuhle rag paper in a satin or vellum finish. https://www.hahnemuehle.com/en/digital-fineart.html
I also suggest keeping the print size at or under the original drawing size at H40 x W30 otherwise blurring may occur.
Printing on paper between 200 and 300gms will work in most home printers and will give your print a firm place to fix. You can also use the image for a canvas, aluminium or other print through a professional printer.
The image is set at the ratio of a generic tarot card size apx H12 x 7cm H5 x W3" and keeps this ratio up to the largest size so there will always be a border to your print which you can crop as you wish. Please see example image of print with border.
I have also included a few fun mock-ups of the print framed at different sizes and in various situations etc.
Any problems with your download or any questions....just ask via chat on webpage or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Green Flower of Life
Digital download at 300dpi which will print up to H60 x W35 or 24 x 14 Inches.
This print will fit in vertical format within various paper sizes....for example:
4x6" 10 x 15cms (Actual image size 3 x 5 inch 8 x 12 cms)
5x7” 12 x 18cms (Actual image size 4 x 6 inch 10 x 15cms)
8x10" 20 x 25cms (Actual image size 6 x 9 inch 15 x 23 cms)
11x14" 28 x 36cms (Actual image size 8 x 13 inch 20 x 33 cms)
Up to H60 x W35 24 x 14 inch
Image will usuallybe in ratio proportion to actual card size at H12 x W7cm H5 x W3 inches (Conversions will be approximate)
You choose what and where you print onto!
Payment starts instant download
Just download and your all set to print
Advice about printing:
You can print onto any paper under 300gms on most home printers ( with more choice at a printers) but I suggest you use a high quality, archival fine art paper where possible so the colours stay true and deep.
If you are making the image into an art print please use a paper between 200 - 300gms with a satin or vellum surface, this works best with the artwork. I personally love hannumhule rag paper. You can see the range here: https://www.hahnemuehle.com/en/digital-fineart.html
Choose the size that best fits your space.....remember the image will have border so select your frame carefully. I have inclued some mock up image to give you ideas about what the image will look like at different size, in various settings, frames etc.
If you are making the image into an art print please use a paper between 200 - 300gms with a satin or vellum surface, this works best with the artwork.
A bright white paper will allow the colours to show through best.
Any problems with the download or any questions get in touch as seen on main page.
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Enjoy your image but please remember this artwork is the copywrite of Artist Sand Laurenson and is not intended for commercial use, reproduction, resale, transference or multiple download without the express permission of the artist. All works hold a traceable digimarc.
Need a larger size or different aspect?
Please contact me via contact page or chat on website if you would like a lager print size than H 48 x W28 cms H19 x W11"
It is possible to printe very large and in different aspects etc.
Prices will differ.