"Sunrise By The Ocean"

Vladimir Kush


Title:
"Sunrise By The Ocean"

Medium:
Giclee on Canvas

Unframed Size:
21" x 25"

Framed Size:
30" x 34"

Edition Size:
325

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
2006

Purchased from:
Kush Fine Art Laguna Beach

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Kush Fine Art

 
Asking Price:
$9,500.00

Framed without Glass or Plexiglas:

Hand signed:
Lower Left




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"Sunrise By The Ocean" Giclee on Canvas by Vladimir Kush "Sunrise By The Ocean" Giclee on canvas by Vladimir Kush

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The egg symbolizes the rising Sun and the beginning of life. In many myths about the creation of the world, a cosmic egg is laid by a giant bird in a formless, ancient ocean. The egg splits into two and the sky and the earth appear from the halves of it, while the sun is seen in the yolk. You can see in the picture that the newborn Sun still hasn't taken its final shape yet. Shreds of primary matter continue to stream from the burning sphere rising over the ocean. According to Polynesian myth, the Hawaiian Islands were born from such an egg.





"Sunrise By The Ocean"

Vladimir Kush

Title:
"Sunrise By The Ocean"

Medium:
Giclee on Canvas

Unframed Size:
21" x 25"

Framed Size:
30" x 34"

Edition Size:
325

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
2006

Purchased from:
Kush Fine Art Laguna Beach

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Kush Fine Art

 
Asking Price:
$9,500.00

Framed without Glass or Plexiglas:

Hand signed:
Lower Left




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The egg symbolizes the rising Sun and the beginning of life. In many myths about the creation of the world, a cosmic egg is laid by a giant bird in a formless, ancient ocean. The egg splits into two and the sky and the earth appear from the halves of it, while the sun is seen in the yolk. You can see in the picture that the newborn Sun still hasn't taken its final shape yet. Shreds of primary matter continue to stream from the burning sphere rising over the ocean. According to Polynesian myth, the Hawaiian Islands were born from such an egg.