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JANET SKILES

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JANET SKILES

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  • ORIGINAL AND WONDERFUL !
    THAKS FOR SHARING.
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  • Hari Om!

    Thank you Maria. Your slidshows are very beautiful and creative.

    The painter clearly understands the world.

    Each painting contains lot of other thing in itself. We are also paintings of ourself. Further we also contain everything of this world. Everything is inside us. Every human being has its own world which is created by him. This creator is inside him.

    We are the painter of ourself. If we want to know the nature of the painter then we have to do the deep analysis of his paintings. Understand the paintings clearly. Understand the type of colours used. Whether light colour has been used or dark colour has been used. Painter tries to reflect the emotions / qualities of the person by changing colours. Canvas is the important part of the paintings. Type of painting changes but the canvas remain common in all the paintings.

    If we want to know the creator, we have to understand the nature of creation. Here we are the creator and also we are the creation. When we created nothing, then we were like blank surface (canvas) of the paintings.

    When we created something, then we used the colours. If we go through the theory of colours then we can know that primary colours are only three i.e the Red, Yellow and Blue.These three RYB Colours are capable of creating other colours. Similary the colours of life (Tendencies) are three i.e Satwa, Rajas and Tamas. Tamas can be compared with Red Colour, Rajas can be compared with yellow colour and Satwa can be compared with Blue Colour. The Satwa consist of Tendencies of calmness, serenity and tranquillity. The Rajas consist of Tendencies of disturbance and depression. The Tamas consist of Tendencies of inertness and laziness.

    We have created ourself by using the colours of Satwa, Rajas and Tamas. The different permutations / combinations of these Colours of Life have created different us.

    Some people are balanced in activities. The are not workaholic. They maintain a balance between work and other activities. They try to help others. They work with an aim that their work should benefit a larger section of society. Such people maintain calm, enjoy for longer period of time and remain in peace. Such people are also very kind hearted and feel pain when other gets hurt. People in whom such Tendencies are dominating are called Satwic people.

    Some people are very active and they just can not stop working. They are workaholic and require immediate result. They can do anything to achieve the result. Every work of them is aimed on getting some personal benefit. They are unable to act on a situation when there is no benefit. Such people generally remain disturbed as they consume whole of their energy in trying to fulfil those desires which are unachievable and trying to maintain those thing that they possess. Such people do not bother about the pain of others. People in whom such Tendencies are dominating are called Rajasic people.

    Some people are inert and lazy. They do not want to work. They are like parasites and feed themselves on the host. Such people enjoy the pain of others. People in whom such Tendencies are dominating are called Tamasic people.

    We may sometime observe all the three Tendencies are visible in us. Sometime we are serene and calm (Satwic State) , sometime we are angry (Rajasic State) and sometime we are lazy (Tamasic State).

    If we deeply observe us then we can find that all of us can be divided into these three broad categories. When these three type of Tendencies was not a part of creation, we were like pure surface with nothing painted on it. Our mind was in pure bliss state. However when these three got mixed with the creations, we become limited with everything short lived for us. We were the subject of all the shortcomings of this world.

    These three Tendencies are called the Tri Guna in Sanskrit. In order to be unlimited and cross the shortcomings of the world we have to become Trigunatit . Trigunatit state can come only when we are in a position to remain unaffected by the happenings of these three Tendencies. All the three state can come and go in an individual, but Trigunatit person will simply observe the state as witness and will remain unaffected by its shortcomings.

    Love and Om!
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  • a beauty to be hold . . . so beautiful work, both the paintings and your slides.
    thank you so much for sharing.
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  • Nice artwork to see......thanks Gaby en veel zon daar in Utrecht!
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  • Davvero interessante ed originale.Complimenti Aflo
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JANET SKILES

  1. 1. JANET SKILES
  2. 2. Janet Skiles es un amante de la naturaleza ilustrador que vive en Illinois. Pinta muy detalladas ilustraciones que muestran una fuerte pasión por la naturaleza - en todas sus maravillosas formas.. Este crece de un idealista visión del mundo. Ella considera que su arte "cuasi-realismo con un whimsical representación de escenas naturales. Sus obras son creadas con acuarela y aerógrafo tradicional. Recientemente, sin embargo, ella comenzó a trabajar digitalmente, descubrir las infinitas posibilidades de uso de Photoshop para mejorar las ilustraciones existentes o crear otros nuevos. Janet Skiles clientes incluyen: National Geographic, Nacional de Vida Silvestre, y The Smithsonian Catálogo de regalos, así como a otros catálogos de regalos y tiendas de la naturaleza.. Sus ilustraciones aparecen también en revistas, tarjetas y papelería, de aguja, decoración banderas, decoraciones de vacaciones temáticas, títeres, y mucho más.
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