Among the many Peaceful Gautam Buddha Painting Ideas, this one definitely stands out. It is a kind of painting in which Buddha can be seen receiving enlightenment seated under a tree in a meditative state. Calmness and composure get reflected from the posture lord buddha take in this composition through Needlelism and expressionist art form.
It’s not always a lot of colors that make paintings beautiful, even if a lot of people think contrary to that. Sometimes, beautiful effects can be created with a single solid colour that looks more fascinating than a rainbow on the painting. When it comes to Gautam Buddha paintings, you can get the best with the single solid colour . Solid Silver grey has a soothing effect on the eyes, perfect for spiritual paintings.
Portrait of Buddha
This painting is for both the Buddha followers and art admirers. It is the combination of needlelism and realism which emphasizes each expression expressed by Buddha
SEEING THROUGH THE ART LOVER’S EYES
This is an amazing painting idea, that you should certainly try! Buddha painting with a monochromatic effect
GAUTAMA BUDDHA – Facial Expression
This painting is the combination of needlelism and realism which emphasises each expression expressed by Buddha.
A common man may he be named in this century or in 400 BCE had have faced tremendous worries and difficulties to live a fulfilling happy life, as it is a rule of nature itself that with happiness come hardships and struggle. The artist has showcased this through the dark black dabs on the forehead to show that Buddha also experienced this kind of negativity in his life, but was able to push them out through meditation. The dabs are covering 5% of the canvas explaining the true purpose of meditation. That one can achieve a state of peaceful mindset through meditation as it pushes out the negativity and makes you capable enough to handle difficulties with ease.
GAUTAMA BUDDHA – Eyes
Peace comes through a thoughtless mind, where no worry is big and yet no task is unimportant. This peace comes through meditation whose beginning step is to block our vision to see the true soul that resides in us. Buddha’s eyes are shown peacefully shut which creates a peaceful impact on the viewer’s mind and body. It encourages the person to take some time out of his or her’s busy schedule and take sometime for himself. The push which is needed for everyone now days to give themselves sometime is easily achieved by just seeing the Buddha’s eye’s in this painting.
GAUTAMA BUDDHA – Smile
A small smile on one’s face can make another happy. The small smile on Gautama Buddha’s smile brings out pure joy and happiness Gautama feels during meditation which in turn brings a smile on the art lovers face. The artist has put forth the main intention for which Buddha had seeked the path of meditation, true inner peace and happiness. The smile overpowers any other emotion one is feeling while looking at the painting by pure joy and inspiration to start fresh. The beauty of this painting lies in the smile of Gautama Buddha to guide the viewer on the path of meditation to seek peace.
GAUTAMA BUDDHA – Ficus Religiosa / Bodhi Tree leaves
Bodhi / Peepal tree is a significant tree where Gautama Buddha attained his enlightenment. The artist has represented it’s significance by delicate and intricate work on peepal leaves in the background. The sap green and yellow ochre combination of the leaves bring out the liveliness of the painting as it acts as a contrasting background and makes the expressionist painting of Buddha stand out more. The sap green colour showcases the life and the slightest yellow ochre in the leaves represent the truth of death that takes over as time comes. It shows that nobody can deny the truth of mortality and even the most significant of trees where enlightenment was achieved also has to shed it’s leaves to bring forth and nourish new life. Therefore as each life is unique and invaluable to the stresses we take and thus must be nourished through meditation.
GAUTAMA BUDDHA – Texture of Painting
The artist has emphasized on using mainly three solid colours to showcase the harmony of Gautama Buddha’s soul with the nature and in turn with his body. Sometimes, overwhelming effects can be created with a few solid colors that make the painting look more fascinating than a rainbow in a painting. When it comes to Gautam Buddha painting, the black is been successfully used to create the depths in the painting where asthe solid silver grey and white has a soothing effect on the eyes, which is perfect for a appealingly peaceful painting.
It is fusion of Realistic & Needleist art form. The artist has infused the technique of pop art and needlelism and took over her beauty by bringing out shades of beauty, boldness, and also hardships.
Needleist is an artist who uses needle to create texture painting in which small, distinct lines of colour are applied in patterns to form an image.
Needlelism is practice by Needleist artist. It is a new Art Texture Painting found in India. The originator of this art form is Mrs.Shivani Nilesh Pawaskar, widely popular under the name of “Sonal” with her signature paintings at WeGo Art Gallery.
Realism Arts / Realistic painting art form
Realism, sometimes called naturalism, in the arts is generally the attempt to represent subject matter truthfully, without artificialityand avoiding artistic conventions, or implausible, exotic, and supernatural elements. Realism has been prevalent in the arts at many periods, and can be in large part a matter of technique and training, and the avoidance of stylization.
In the visual arts, illusionistic realism is the accurate depiction of lifeforms, perspective, and the details of light and colour. But realist or naturalist works of art may, as well or instead of illusionist realism, be “realist” in their subject-matter, and emphasize the mundane, ugly or sordid. This is typical of the 19th-century Realist movement that began in France in the 1850s, after the 1848 Revolution,and also social realism, regionalism, or kitchen sink realism. The Realist painters rejected Romanticism, which had come to dominate French literature and art, with roots in the late 18th century.
“Realism, sometimes called naturalism, in the arts is generally the attempt to represent subject matter truthfully, without artificiality and avoiding artistic conventions, or implausible, exotic, and supernatural elements.” Wikipedia
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