“May I too abide to dispel the misery of the world” -Dali Lama
Fine Art Photography
Materials: Feathers, gopher snake, moth, beads, egg shell
In Budhist and Hindu tradition a mala is a string of beads used to keep count as a mantra or prayer is recited. There are 108 beads on a mala. This is the number representing wholeness and spiritual completion.
Edition of 60
The owl feather is a tool of silence and power, a messenger of wisdom. The gliding slither of the snake, with its belly upon the earth, is attuned to the smallest vibrations. The moth searches for light in the darkness and is a symbol of deep transformation. Together with the mala these animal elements form a prayer and a reminder.
Please fill in your own personal mantra.
All prints are made on archival quality Fuji Pearl photo paper offering a high gloss, sharp detail, high intensity color and destinictive pearl-like appearance.
Mounted Prints are made on the same Fugji Pearl paper and mounted on a 3/4" foam core and finished on the edges in white. Mounted prints come ready for display and do not require framing.
Your signed and numbered mounted print will arrive in a protective sleeve, shipped in a sturdy box. Clean shipping materials are recycled whenever possible and may contain some plastic (plastic free packing coming soon). Once the print arrives, please handle gently and with clean hands, as there is the possibility of oils from your fingertips transferring to the photopaper. Each print is sprayed with clear protective coat to improve durability and prevent fading from uv light. Mounted prints may occasionally be wiped gently with a microfiber cleaning cloth, the type you would clean eyeglasses with.