Divine Love Reigning

Divine Love Reigning

 

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Divine Love Reigning
I wanted to share my painting, that I’ve been working on for the past month. The painting isn’t originally mine; the general scene and theme come from another artist. However, the overall look and feel, the colors and vibe, etc., are very different from the original, and represent a fresh interpretation of Radha and Krishna. And although this is not an original Mahasweta Mitra painting, it is one that has flowed from the heart and stillness. It was lovely to watch the colors merge and create a beautiful Radha and Krishna. I really wish I could say I created this… but any time my mind was actively deciding what to do, the paints and colors just did not flow… then I stopped… became silent… asked the divine/stillness to paint… and everything… the colors, the shades, the paint, the brush strokes… it all just flowed beautifully. I don’t think I have experienced anything like this before.
I hope you enjoy the stillness that went into this painting… the cosmic romance of Radha and Krishna.
I have this one posted at my website too, along with a beautiful poem By Katrine Kristiansen called The Fragrance 
Katrine and I independently started working on these pieces about a month ago, without knowledge of each other’s efforts. I was looking for a poem to go with my painting, and she was looking for a painting to go with her poem. We were pleasantly surprised when we did share our creations with each other, and saw how beautifully they fit together. 
 
I also want to thank my aunt who introduced me to painting when I was really young and my friend and current art teacher for all her help with this painting… she helped me pick up a brush and paint again after 26 years.   
I’ll end this post with these words from Richard Norman Schooping’s song “Be Here Now”.
VIDEO: (Song) Be Here Now

Everything’s because of you and the things you do, my beloved
Yeah everything is flowing fine as we dance beyond rhyme, my beloved
You calmed the storm inside of me and now I’m free, my beloved
So now I let the battle go and watch you run the show, my beloved

All I want to do is sing of the joy you bring, my beloved
Praying that these songs awaken those who feel forsaken, my beloved


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  1. […] I had to think about it. Yes, I did start with the first painting of the cosmic romance of Radha and Krishna. My next one was the “Milkmaid“. Well, that wasn’t connected with Krishna, per […]

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