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Poet of the East Stone Art Portrait

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  • Material :Stones(From Sonmarg and Naranag)
  • Size :24*30"
  • Time to make :30 Days
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  • KBCODE: KB7634
  • Time To Make : 15-20 Days
  • Availability: Ships Internationally
  • Brand: Stone Art By Manzoor
The poet of the East, who inspired many a learned scholars with his sheer wisdom and fluency of words, becomes an inspiration for this splendid portrait made within the realms of stone art. The handmade painting takes a meticulous process on part of its sole artisan who handpicks naturally colored stones  and uncrushed pebbles all the way from Naranag and Sonamarg and washes and crushes them in a traditional grinder called "Nyaem" in the native Kashmiri language. The stones are passed through a sieve to separate the finer ones from their thicker counterparts. It is then that these are stuck over a wooden board, cqaptured within a woody frame and varnished to bring out the wisdom captured by them. Treat your barren walls with the beauty of the exquisite art form, harnessed in the remote village of Ganderbal.
Stone Art is an initiative taken by a young artist who discovered his love for art at an early age and never gave up on his dream of creating a new art form. He is the only artist of his kind who collects naturally colored stones from remote highlands of Kashmir Valley and shapes them into exquisite paintings. However, these paintings do not fetch him any major income. Manzoor, who was once ready to quit his art form has now decided to continue with it. He now sells to the world.
The poet of the East, who inspired many a learned scholars with his sheer wisdom and fluency of words, becomes an inspiration for this splendid portrait made within the realms of stone art. The handmade painting takes a meticulous process on part of its sole artisan who handpicks naturally colored stones  and uncrushed pebbles all the way from Naranag and Sonamarg and washes and crushes them in a traditional grinder called "Nyaem" in the native Kashmiri language. The stones are passed through a sieve to separate the finer ones from their thicker counterparts. It is then that these are stuck over a wooden board, cqaptured within a woody frame and varnished to bring out the wisdom captured by them. Treat your barren walls with the beauty of the exquisite art form, harnessed in the remote village of Ganderbal.