Buddha “Sri Yantra ”, Mixed media, 2015

€ 5 000
Condition: new
Location: Byelorussia, Minsk
Product availability: On order
Aliona Gordon
Aliona Gordon. "Sri Yantra "
technique: Gemstone Art Painting on hand marble in wooden frame.
мedium: chalcedony, amber, jasper, calcite, carnelian, orpiment, astrofillit, jet, cinnabar, ochre, realgare, tuff, aegirine, rhodonite.
date of creation: 2015
base: marble.
ID: 22753
Artist: Aliona Gordon (b. 1974)
Originality: Original
Year of manufacture: 2015
Applied technique: Mixed media, See description
Size: 4 x 25 x 25 cm
Framing: Framed
Shipping to: Worldwide
Payment method: Credit card, Paypal, Cash
Delivery method: Postal service, Courier service, pickup by yourself
Purchase returns: 14 days
Object type: Buddha

Information about the artist

Aliona Gordon is a professional artist, the founder of brand Gordons Gemstone Art, the author of a unique technique for creating images with gems and semi-precious stones, a member of the creative association “Peacemakers’ Union “Light”, diploma winner of various national and international art exhibitions.

She received her education at the Art College named after Glebov, painting department, in 1994.

Each Aliona Gordon’s work is of the highest level made in a single copy. The artistic merit and unique technique of the paintings arouse admiration.

For her works the author uses such luxurious natural materials as amethyst, garnet, malachite, charoite, jasper and other semi-precious stones. Diamond inlay and a high level of craftsmanship make each painting a real work of art, which is of great interest to collectors as well as to those who want to purchase an object to serve as a family heirloom, the significance of which has no time limits.

Each work has no equivalent and can be perceived as a tangible asset.

Over the years of Gordons Gemstone Art existence more than 150 pieces of art have been made which are stored in private collections of Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, America, Germany, Switzerland, UK as well as in the Sanctuary of the Holy Trinity (Antarctica, the Island of Waterloo, the Belinzgauzen polar base), the Sanctuary of St. Vladimir in Kaliningrad (Russian Federation), in the Chapel of Okovetskaya Mother of God (Russian Federation), and in the Sanctuary of St. Andrew in Minsk (Belarus), the collection of the Museum of History of Minsk (Belarus).
Each icon is consecrated.

semi-precious stones and gems:

Diamond, amethist, peridot, garnet, chalcedony, opal, malachite, amber, jasper, calcite, lapis lazuli, fluorite, carnelian, charoite, orpiment, astrofillit, volkonskoite, jet, cinnabar, ochre, realgare, rhodusite, tuff, anthracite, micа, galena, aegirine, rhodonite.

Personal exhibitions:

2018: Personal exhibition “The Soul of

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