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Sri Shiva Ebru - 8"x10" giclee print

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8" x 10" Fine art archival Giclee print of the original handmade double layer acrylic ebru (paper marbling) monoprint embellished with "Sri Shiva" screen print. by Danny Ebru

-Print will come packaged with sturdy backing enclosed in an archival crystal clear envelope for protection.

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A bit about the artist:

Danny grew up on the eclectic beaches of southern california studing art and design, he now lives and creates in portland, oregon. As he looked for a way to enhance his printwork danny’s interest in sacred art coupled with an appreciation for color, pattern, and illusion lead him to discover the art of ebru. danny studied under ebru master reza antoszewska, who taught him the traditional techniques of the turkish fine art. knowing the dynamics of ebru allows danny to capture highly detailed swarms of patterns and color that utilize the movement of the water to translate fluid motion into a single still image. danny embellishes his ebru prints with handmade sacred symbols by using a combination of layering, masking, and screen printing. thanks to the ebru each symbol appears to emerge from the creative cosmos through a vibrant psychedelic rift. the mixing of the traditional ebru techniques with his unique printing process created a whole new distinct style.

Sri Shiva Ebru - 8"x10" giclee print

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: archival paper
  • Ships worldwide from Oregon, United States
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