DANCING WITH PEACOCKS / SERGEY POLUNIN
DANCING WITH PEACOCKS / SERGEY POLUNIN (From the series "Male Ballet Dancers" / Dancing With Birds)
Oil on canvas, 101 x 91 cm. One of a kind, signed on the front and at the rear. Framed, ready to hang. Certificate of authenticity.
Allegory of integrity and rejuvenation.
A peacock symbolises beauty, freedom, nobility, integrity, vision, refinement, protection, self-expression, and watchfulness.
Peacock also represents resurrection, renewal and immortality within the spiritual teachings of Christianity.
In Buddhist iconography, peacocks are symbols of wisdom.
A peacock feather stands for the all seeing eye, symbolising immortality and a pure soul forever free of corruption.
Seeing a peacock is a reminder for you to acknowledge your dreams, aspirations...
Peacock is a gorgeous messenger of dreaming all that you can be with no limits... embracing infinite possibility, believing that anything you dream is possible, that all things come in perfect timing, just trust in the process and let the Universe to do it's magic working on your behalf.
W 101.00 cm x H 91.00 cm
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About the Artist
Tatiana REZVAYA. UK Born in 1943 in the USSR. My mother - Klaudia Osheva, a professional artist, so from my early years I got grips of what "a magic of creativity" means. My father- Professor, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Ornithologist - hence my passion for birds and Nature as a whole. ...