Dervish Dancer -2 ( 8"x 9.5") (2016)
Watercolours by Asha Shenoy.


  • Watercolours, Paper
  • One of a kind artwork
  • Size: 8 × 9.5 × 0.01 in (unframed) / 8 × 9.5 in (actual image size)
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Artist's description:

A Sufi dancer in watercolors . Sufi Dancing or Dervish Dance is a beautiful Spiritual Practice, a meditation, a mystical journey of spiritual ascent through mind to God's Love. It originated amongst Sufis and it is a dance, done as a ritual and meditation. It is very soothing to watch and the accompanying song/music is also very soothing, my favorite.

Watercolors on Indian handmade watercolor paper with texture.

Size: 8"x 9.5" No mat or frame

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This painting is an entry to "An Artwork a Day project " of which you can see the whole Collection here:
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Materials used:

Watercolors and Indian handmade paper