Price: £3850 (Includes Courier and Insurance)
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This original painting was made to accompany the Kokoro Chronicles and illustrated story Moon Slayer. The concept of Durga comes from Indian belief and means “the inaccessible” or “the invincible” and one of the main forms of the Goddess Shakti in the Hindu pantheon.
The painting tells of the awakening of Durga:
A great lion awoke to a distant sound’, a ‘vibration’ echoing through the void. She too had now heard the voice beckoning the dawn that had illuminated the mind’s eye of the gathering Imagi-Nation but now her people were calling her too. Increasingly upon Earth the collective light of the people had begun to blaze as they recalled the true light of their original Sun and the fire that connected Ammon to their hearts. The Goddess Durga now stirred. The great Lions of Regal would rise with her.
A star was moving from the centre of our Galaxy. More like a comet sent from the heart of the Lioness, this comet was a ball of energy that contained the form of Manu and the fire that was originally taken by Naga. Durga had answered the call of those on Earth whose hearts desired to return to the Golden Age of Sophia. As the comet moved through our Galaxy the watchers, sky gazers and those that dreamed of the world before the ‘fall’ saw its trail of fire pass across the Heavens. To them it was a sign that Naga’s time was coming to end!