Monday, December 20, 2010

Art imitates life

The orange Salt and pepper shaker
The painting of the original as rendered by Padmajaji
Jagannathji of Puri

I'm so happy I got this blog going.I'm so glad to have made friends with Padmajaji.She is an awesome person, a philanthropist, a painter,a healer and an extremely spiritual person.Her enthusiasm for life is infectious.I'm running short of adjectives to describe this incredible person..Her work is definitely blessed by the divine.I had posted this picture for the salt and pepper fest.I had no clue,that Padmajaji would paint this for me and send it to me.I must have done something right to have gotten this gift from her.Its really a blessing to have spoken to her.I felt like she was talking to me from a very enlightened plane.Very Buddha like,very peaceful and calm.God bless her hands with more energy to churn out more paintings.She even infuses prayers into her paintings.Where can you find another dedicated artist like her.Thank you so much Padmajaji for your gift and your kind words.Its such a fabulous way to end this year.Your gift is priceless,you have made a family happy and proven to the world that people like you still exist.When I take a look at the painting above her eye for detail simply astounds me.I promptly offered this painting to Jagannathji of Puri when I received this.I'm sending this to the weekend wrap up post conducted by Patty because this painting rocked my Friday and to Srivallis event because this is one of my favourite blogging moments. 

12 comments:

  1. Salt and pepper shaker looks cute.

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  2. Wow...amazing..we are really blessed to come across such talented people..

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  3. Cool pictures. Indeed art is something very special.

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  4. such a beautiful translation on canvas...i have been a fan of hers for a while now and have no words to describe her work :)

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  5. Oh wow, this is wonderful! SO glad you participated in the fest and am thrilled to see the painting! Its one of my favourite blogging moments too, now :)

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  6. That's a nice one Shal..thanks..:)

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  7. it feels so good to meet some one like this,..;-)

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