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The Hindu God, Shiva, in his Nataraja pose, symbolic of the dance of destruction and creation, is regular subject matter for Weerasinghe. Whgen the artist approaches a plain canvas, he likes to begin with strong black paint –breaking immediately that contentious harmony, creating chaos followed by order and figuration. He likes to use shiny surfaces so his brush slides around smoothly, his destruction made easy ‘like that of Shiva himself’.

Shiva II

By Jagath Weerasinghe - Colombo 2007 Featured In: SRI LANKAN CONTEMPORARIESSOUTH ASIAN CONTEMPORARY ART @ Camden Image Gallery JAGA0007 Acrylic on canvas High Investment Framed
Framed: 31 x 36
Unframed: 30 x 24
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