We’ve just added 5 limited edition photographic prints by Hena Tayab Fine Art Photography to our A-mazon.com store.
The subject of this photographic print is a gold architectural feature found at Versailles, France. Buy this signed and numbered limited edition print on A-mazon.com here.
All photographs from Hena Tayab Fine Art Photography are printed on premium quality, acid free, archival paper, for a photograph with sharp details and stunning colors that will last a lifetime.
Sitting Blue, Inside the Essex Steam Train has an antique feel, reminiscent of a time when these trains were the main means of transportation. Every once in a while the steam train lets out a tut. Enchanting sound seated in cool, lush, blue chairs with the sun streaming in through the windows. A perfect trip! You can get this 11 x 14 print 11×14 with 18 x 22 inch frame here.
At Work is a picture taken of Sakina’s hands as she uses two rocks to grind herbs and spices to make that nights meal. This is a method still used in homes in Pakastan where a mechanical grinder is a luxury. According to Sakina and her mother, herbs ground on a rock maintain the rich flavors that are often lost in all our machines. Get this beautiful framed print here.
This type architectural balusters, outside a luxury hotel in the Bahamas, are referred to as pomegranate flowers. A lovely name for this lovely photographic print that Hena Tayab has titled Pomegranate Flowers.
Rings, a sepia tone 11 x 14 inch print with frame an 18 x 22 x 2.5 inch frame glazed with acrylic. This photograph was taken in Karachi, Pakistan of a man with a ring adorned hand hanging out the window of his car while he waits for the street light to turn green. Buy this print here.
We’re working to add 100-200 more artworks to our A-mazon.com store. If you are an artist or craftsperson creating original work, find out how to sell with us by clicking here.
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Duration: 01/11/2013 – 31/12/2013
1st Biennale Internazionale D’Arte di Polermo, Italy
Artists interested in the participating to this event have to send six pictures of their works that will be judged by committee–be sure to enclose a short CV with your submission.
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Chandan Rao of India describes the painting Indian Wall Graffiti–“In India, people have Gods’ figures painted on the outer side of their compound walls to stop others from sticking posters or dirtying the walls…I just picked up the idea for a graffiti painting. This is a mixed media painting. The first figure is of Lord Shiva. His abode is the snow peaked Kailash Mountain. Hence I have painted him as an icy figure. The second figure is of Shri Krishna, who is one of my favorites. KRISHNA is the universe……hence the Uni colour. The 3rd, Shree Laxmi the Wife of Shri Vishnu (Krishna) is the Goddess of wealth, and the 4th God is another of my favorites Shri Ganesha who removes obstacles (troubles) in Ur life. I have won a Showcase Award for this Painting on Artslant.com”
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“I went from being a Zionist, to living in India and being Hindu, to finally being Buddhist,” Stephen Futral said. “So, yes, my paintings are images of my belief system and my passionate relation to life.”
Stephen Futral’s autobiographical book-length manuscript titled Don’t Die Wondering– A Chronicle of Auspicious Coincidence and Choice, needs a publisher.
Stephen Futral lived and painted on a kibbutz near Jerusalem and in an ashram in India. He was at Woodstock and featured in the movie.
Chapters one through five of Futral’s autobiographical manuscript have to do with his travels to India and with Woodstock. “We opened Woodstock,” Futral said of the 1969 music festival that was captured by documentary filmmakers and became the Academy Award winning 1970 movie Woodstock. Later, he created sets for a Martin Scorsese film.
Read the article, written by Marie Kazalia, here: