NJ Arts Objects of Shiva

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  • Acrylic on canvas contemporary art
  • Dimensions: 16x12 in (HxW)
  • Vibrant and colourful artwork
  • Paintings invoke peace and harmony
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Neeta Jain started painting professionally in 2005 after her husband encouraged her to submit her paintings for his newly renovated office. An aficionado of art and all things creative, she enjoyed drawing even as a child. These were appreciatedby friends and family who recognized the uniqueness of her work. In college, Neeta was fascinated by her aunt’s work and would observe her as she ...

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About Neeta Jain, Ahmedabad

Neeta Jain started painting professionally in 2005 after her husband encouraged her to submit her paintings for his newly renovated office. An aficionado of art and all things creative, she enjoyed drawing even as a child. These were appreciatedby friends and family who recognized the uniqueness of her work. In college, Neeta was fascinated by her aunt’s work and would observe her as she painted. Seeing her keen interest, her aunt taught her techniques and nuances, fostering the budding artist’s passion. Soon, she developed a unique style of her own. There has been no turning back for this prolific creator who finds inspiration everywhere.

Neeta paints with oil and acrylics on canvas and paper, using a palette knife to create different textures in her paintings. Sensitive to her moods, she takes to these mediums to express her emotions. She also takes orders and custom paints according to her clients’ preferences and tastes. A stickler for neatness, all her paintings have defined lines and finesse. Making around twenty-five paintings a year, each of her masterpieces is as vibrant and colourful as the next.

Specialities

Neeta’s paintings stand out because of the bright colours used to portray happiness and serenity. The artwork suits homes as well as offices with inspiration drawn from emotions and visuals around. Her paintings are known to elevate clients’ moods and create a harmonious ambience. 

Specifications of NJ Arts Objects of Shiva

TYPE
  • Acrylic on canvas 
STYLE
  • Contemporary

SUBJECT
  • Figure

SPECIFICATIONS
  • Orientation: landscape
  • Medium: acrylic
  • Sub medium: acrylic on canvas
  • Height: 16 in
  • Width: 20 in
  • Region of origin: Ahmedabad
MORE ABOUT THE ARTWORK

NJ Arts Objects of Shiva is one of Neeta Jain’s beautiful works. It depicts a hooded serpent, a trishul, the symbol ‘Om’, a lotus, a kalash, and a swastika. The trishul represents the three fundamental dimensions of life—the Ida, Pingala, and Sushumna. These are the three basic energies of the body. The trishul symbolises male and female energies on the left and right, and balanced energy (Sushumna) represented by the middle fork. Lord Shiva is always seen with a snake around his throat. It is believed that the vishuddhi chakra—one of the important chakras in our system is located in the pit of the human throat. Vishuddhi means ‘to filter’ and is about cleansing the body of poison and toxins both physically and philosophically. There is a belief that vibration produced by chanting ‘Om’ corresponds to the original vibration at the time of the creation of our universe. Om is also called Pranava (breath), and so means that it nourishes life through breath. When pronounced properly, the three sounds in Om (AUM) represent the waking state, the dream state, and the deep sleep state of every being. The kalash or the holy pot of abundance symbolises creation, divinity, and immorality. The swastika is an auspicious symbol which brings good luck and fortune. The lotus symbolises purity, rebirth, and divinity. These symbols are shown beautifully in this work of art. Painted in 2014, artist Neeta Jain took about 20 days to complete it.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

With encouragement from her husband, Neeta Jain painted for his revamped office. Her artwork was a huge success and in 2005, she started painting professionally.  Today, she works mostly with oil and acrylics on canvas as well as paper, but custom paints according to her clients’ preferences and tastes as well. She draws inspiration from her emotions and prefers neat and defined lines. Her paintings are vibrant and colourful, invoking peace and harmony. 

DISPLAY SUGGESTIONS
  • Hang it on a wall or near the entrance
  • Place it behind a couch or opposite your bed
  • Suits light and dark wall backgrounds
  • Complements any kind of decor
MAINTENANCE TIPS
  • Keep away from moisture and direct sunlight
  • Protect the painting by framing it
  • Clean with a soft, damp cloth 
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