Aspiration

Make your living space meditative with Aspiration Painting, a framed print by Savitri Art—an exclusive A4 oil masterpiece created through meditation on Sri Aurobindo’s Savitri. Crafted by Usha Aravind, a distinguished artist from the Savitri Art Sangha, this piece is one of 150 offerings for Sri Aurobindo’s 150th anniversary. A sacred infusion of artistry.

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“His nature’s passionate stretches flowed to her, Flashing with lighting, mad with luminous wine, All was the limitless sea that heaved to the moon.”

Inspired by the lines from Savitri, dive into the artist’s journey as Usha Arvind shares her unique experience. The process through which Aspiration was born was unique. The vision received by Usha was quite direct in the Savitri lines, like “limitless sea that heaved to the moon” and “stretches flowed to her”, where she visualized a seeker stretched towards the divine, similar to waves of the sea rising to touch the moon. During the painting, Usha experienced forgetting herself completely in the immensity of the flow she experienced.
Welcome Aspiration into your home – more than a mere decoration, it’s an invitation to tranquility, introspection, and the sacred.

Artist: Usha Aravind, an Indian artist from the Philippines who has learned different forms of art, in particular ancient Indian art, from several teachers for 20+ years.

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Dimensions of the painting: A4, 21 cm x 30 cm
Dimensions of the Frame: 30 cm x 40 cm

Frame: KNOPPÄNG Frame by IKEA
Paper: Epson Archival Paper (189gsm) that guarantees longevity without compromising on detail.
Longevity: ~ 15 years
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Ships in: Ships in 3-4 business days
Manufacturer: Purnam Centre for Integrality, Auroville
Country of Origin: India

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