Claudia Nanni Fine Art
Wool felted landscape painting

Wool felted landscape painting


This beautiful handmade drift wood art includes one large drift wood that comes from the Tuscany coast, It hosts a felted mountain landscape, an anticipation of the coming Winter atmospheres. A lovely addition to your country house or as a gift for those beach or mountain loving friends. This is a wall hanging artwork, ready to be displayed on your favorite wall.

I hope this painting will bring balance and luckiness to your home!

What are you buying?
One wet felted wool painting hanging from a beautiful and naturally formed curved driftwood piece. The felt painting is handmade by me, Claudia Nanni, from organic Swiss wool. A beautiful detail: two Nepalese Tibetan natural Rudraksha seeds. Unique piece, ready to hang!

SIZE:
Painting 21 x 22 cm / 8,2 x 8,6 inches
Driftwood: 12 cm / 8,2 inches

NOTE:
This piece includes two beautiful five-faced Rudrakshas, a seed traditionally used as prayer beads in Hinduism. The seeds are primarily used in India and Nepal as beads for organic jewellery and malas, and are valued similarly to semi-precious stones.

More about Rudrakshas:
Rudraksha, Sanskrit: rudrākṣa ("Rudra's [Shiva's] eye"), is a seed traditionally used as prayer beads in Hinduism. The seed is produced by several species of large evergreen broad-leaved tree in the genus Elaeocarpus, with Elaeocarpus ganitrus being the principal species. They are associated with the Hindu deity Shiva and are commonly worn for protection by his devotees. Various meanings and potencies are attributed to beads with different numbers of segments (faces), and rare or unique beads are highly prized and valuable. While having genuine spiritual significance for believers, they are often the source of claims similar to those made about magnetic or crystal bracelets, faith healing and other medical pseudoscience. In this context, they are often marketed to businessmen and other people seeking good fortune. Rudraksha beads may be strung together as a mālā and used to count the repetition of a mantra or prayer, similar to the use of rosaries in Christianity. (Wikipedia)

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48 EUR