Art note: This work was made using water colours while travelling to the Hagkala botanical garden in Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka. This is the presumed location of the legendary Ashok Vatika where Sita was kept captive by Ravan.
"I see the world in vibrant hues, my water colour stories of various places, memories and objects have added a depth of meaning to my life as an artist." -B'lu
Artist : B'lu
Prints available in two sizes
Standard 12"x16" ($100)
Popular 16"x20" ($200)
Framed available in two sizes
Standard 12"x16" ($350) (fits 8"x12")
Popular 16"x20" ($380) (fits 12"x16")
Printed on Hahnemüle Photo Rag (308 gsm)
Frame & Mount: Classic Natural frame with Tru View Museum Glass, 2.0 mm White mount.
10% of each print sale will be donated by the artist to rescue dogs in the Middle East.
Free shipping worldwide.
All prints are sturdily packaged.
Unframed fine art prints are hand rolled in protective tissue paper and then shipped in extra thick cardboard tubes (except for A4 or smaller sizes with delivery addresses in UK or mainland Europe, then they are shipped in thick cardboard envelopes).
All framed works are wrapped in a protective sleeve come with individual plastic/cardboard guards on the corners. Additional cardboard is secured over the print surface to minimise the risk of breakages or transit damage. We use heavy duty cardboard boxes to ship our prints.
The packaging ensures that damages are extremely rare. If the product is damaged on delivery contact us immediately. Problems that occur because of our error will be handled at our expense without any fuss.
Working with images drawn from nostalgia and travel, B'lu participates in promoting the beauty of our planet, by softly nudging the significance of human history and reintegrates these symbolically into her love for nature.
"We, as mankind, share a common reality and it is not always in plain sight. Art helps define who we are and this practice keeps us closer to the path of what we can become. I paint to tell myself and the world, how delighted I am to be able to live and make these paintings, simply because I can - It is my voice, loud and just as clear as my love and hope... for humanity and my planet."