Here is the sacred Ganges River as seen from the mela grounds of Prayagraj, in Uttar Pradesh, India. First birthed as a photo taken by the artist and later enhanced using digital techniques, the suggestion of marriage between watercolour and acrylic and expressionist hints in this piece reflect the vibrancy of India (i.e. Bharat, or originally, Aryavarta), that the artist experienced. Available as a limited edition, numbered, signed giclee print.
Sky without Borders
*** SOLD *** Limited edition, unsigned print. 20 of 20 prints have been produced and distributed. This piece showing a cross in the clouds was inspired by spiritual thought. It questions whether the greatest bounty, represented here by the vast sky, is ultimately unlocked first from within oneself, or elsewhere. Further, through the simplicity of the image, the artist encourages the former and esp. contemplation or meditation, as the most suitable answer.
Here, Eppi explores the notion that humans are microcosms of the vast universe; processes in stars happen within. The group of 3 symbolizes sacred 3s: Father, Son, Holy Spirit / Father figure, mother figure, child / matter, energy, consciousness... Circles are infinity, their expansive movement love and contraction, ego. Born from a public photo of the nebula courtesy of NASA, this piece was reworked using digital techniques until complete. Signed, limited edition numbered prints available.
Acrylic on canvas. Approximately 20.5 inches x 25 inches inclusive of frame. Painted frame (shown). Created uniquely by commission or special request, in order to commemorate a special event.
Life, Stillness, Solitude, Company
This photograph was taken in beautiful Guyana, South America and then artistically manipulated using tools within Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo XI to render the final image you see before you. Image not available for purchase.
24 x 36 signed photograph. The artist enjoyed how nature, and an aura of sacred timelessness was enmeshed with this public space near meditative grounds, in beautiful India (i.e. Bharat, or Aryavarta. Refer to the original first edition of the book, Autobiography of a Yogi, by Paramahansa Yogananda, Chapter 36, footnote 4 for more on 'Aryavarta'.) 🙏