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d'ART ID#: 109551
Length: 12.00 in (30.48 cm)
Height: 10.00 in (25.40 cm)
Depth: 4.50 in (11.43 cm)
Framed: no
Dominant colors
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Other Reproduction Sculpture
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Abstract Contemporary Other
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Updated 1/3/2018


Govinder   Artwork


Sculpture - $590.00

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"Indian" by Govinder
Limited Edition Hand Painted Resin Sculpture

Edition Size - 195

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"Many of my paintings are about good and evil innocence and malevolence. When I was a child I remember believing what a wonderful and happy place the world was. I loved to learn about other people in other countries and wanted to visit them all. Of course, I now realise things arent quite as I once imagined, and the once distant places where I so wanted to be are not so far away; they are actually on my doorstep. The people I wanted to meet are locked in a bitter hatred of each other, divided by race or religion. The world is a place where the innocent pay the heaviest price. It affects me deeply. Its like living in the garden of Good and Evil. I cant ignore it, so I depict it in the form of these innocent pictures. I leave it to the individual to look at my paintings and choose what they would like to see, innocence or malevolence the good or the evil!

Above all else I am, and always will be, an eternal optimist. Optimism is one of the greatest gifts we possess. When I think about it, I think of the song Fields of Gold by Sting the lyrics sum it up!

These two opposing juxtapositions ultimately explain many of my paintings. Look at the ones which have malevolent titles mainly the evil cats. To me they are representations of evil. However, at first glance, the impression they exude is optimism. The wide-eyed cats and dogs always look petrified and are representations of the innocent. You can choose to see these paintings any way you like. See love and happiness or death and the Devil, it doesnt matter so long as you see something and connect with it.

This is where I draw a connection between these paintings and my abstract paintings. I would like you to see whatever you see! You get the most from a painting if it connects with you."

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