"The Pure One" is an abstract interpretation of Ganesha, a Hindu God on a beautiful lotus drifting on a water. This minimal but fresh coloured painting was created to embody the beautiful pure and loving energy Ganesha evokes. I created this for my wedding card.
This is a beautiful option for a print for any study space, living room, prayer room and it pairs perfectly as a gift to any family or friend for a new beginning or chapter in their lives, or who has a connection to Ganesha. A very meaningful painting and I hope you enjoy this. Made with love.
This is one of two Ganesha paintings I created. This speaks to the universal energy Ganesha embodies and the other on my page is for purity.
PRINTED TO ORDER. These gorgeous art prints are printed on-demand and cut by hand. Please allow some time for your order to be fulfilled. Usually 7-10 business days. (Need a rush order? Please email at email@example.com and add a note at checkout and I can make it happen!)
➤ D E T A I L S:
Print based on an original painting by Thiviyaa Sehasothy
Matte art print
- All prints come with a handwritten personalized thank you note inside! If it is a gift, please let me know if you would like any specific message on the card in the checkout page.
- If you would like framing for a size other than the large, please let me know in the checkout and I can help you. Framed prints must be picked up in person in Markham/GTA. Framed orders can take at least 2 weeks but if you need it earlier, I can make it happen. I will be in touch as soon as it is ready for pick up.
- Watermarks will not appear on the physical print
The utmost care goes into packaging this special piece just for you! You may choose to pick up in person in Pickering for free or I can ship it to you! Your Print will arrive securely rolled in a tube or flat mailer. Carefully lay them out on a clean dry surface for a couple of hours to flatten before framing.
Paper prints are more delicate and it's highly recommended that your print be framed behind glass.
It isn't recommended to have your print out in the open, as they will get dirty from dust and everyday particles which overtime will affect the colors of the prints.. Not to mention they can easily get damaged, particularly the corners.