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Art For a Zentastic Lifestyle, the Urban Sophisticate! For the Love of Symbolism and hidden meanings in art and correct art placement, Feng Shui meanings and understanding of elements , colours, and objects of Good Luck and Prosperity.
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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

The Red Pilgrim symbolic abstract self portrait Selected for Next Showdown at saatchionline

The Red Pilgrim Mrs Rizwana A.Mundewadi
Online Blogging began with a simple way to express my works, share my paintings, but this has made my life  magical. Thank you Google for this opportunity to all Bloggers.
The Red Pilgrim has been still continuing to inspire me, from different points of view, while I see this as a simple image of the  lady in red, there is such strong symbolism attached with this artwork. I am awestruck with her beauty and innocence, simplicity and spiritual appeal. The best part is I painted the work first and then after years started to find explanations for this !
While this beautiful day has come up with a chance to project my work among great artists, its an honor to be selected by The Saatchi Online Art Gallery , as a part of The Picasso Collection.
http://www.saatchionline.com/art/Painting-Pure-Luck-White-Chrysanthemums/85884/1451314/view

The next showdown at Saatchionline gallery , Painted Faces was what made me think, I do not do portraits, faces, and thinking, this beautiful baby is a part of the next showdown at saatchionline. among so many artists who have joined, I wish them all Luck.


While on this spiritual journey of The Red Pilgrim, as I continue to paint healing art…I wish to make simple colorful understandable art, art that heals.
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