The Garden of Eden? It is right around the corner!
18” x 24”
This is a special blend of enamels and different types of resin on stretched canvas.
This is a contemporary symbolist painting that is based on Jewish, and Georgian cultural traditions. The pomegranate is grown in Caucasus, and Mediterranean regions for several thousand years. It is an ancient, and remarkable symbol in both traditions that is mentioned in the Bible several times. Some Jewish philosophers, and Talmudists believe that the pomegranate was the forbidden fruit of the Garden of Eden. In Georgian cultural tradition, the pomegranate is a symbol of hospitality, love, and boundless respect for guests. In the painting you can see a couple freeing birds from a cage. Pomegranates, and tree trunk are very bright, and partially transparent. Under the sunlight or normal room illumination, a beautiful reflection attracts an attention creating a unique visual effect.
Please visit Maya Gavasheli’s online gallery at http://www.mayagavasheli.com and sign in the guest book.
The signature is located in front and back of the painting. The artwork title, and data of creation can be found in the back.
Certificate of authenticity
The COA signed by Maya Gavasheli will be sent with the item.
Handling and shipping information
We will use expedited shipping with FEDEX, UPS, DHL, and USPS (whatever is faster, and currently open). The tracking number will be provided to the buyer. The item will be sent stretched on canvas, and ready to hang. All items will be insured. I will do my best to ship the artwork within 1-2 business days. Under rare circumstances (such as medical leave or vacation) this may take longer.
If you are not satisfied for any reason, you can return the artwork within 14 days after you receive it. Please make sure it is packaged and shipped in the same way that it was received. The artwork must be in its original condition. You will be fully refunded except for the shipping fees.