KINKAKU JI GOLDEN PAVILION ALENA JURECKOVA

JAPAN, KYOTO – KINKAKU JI GOLDEN PAVILION

GOLDEN PAVILION, 96×100 cm, oil painting on fiberboard.

Panitings Japan Kinkaku Ji Golden pavilion

Japanese architecture with a bit of fantasy is represented in the painting called Japan. Building of the unusal character and spirit built up solely from the natural materials such as timber, bamboo, straw, stone, coating from natural materials and dirt. Japanese know how to build it again in the same measures direct to the former building.

Wooden buildings were joined in together without joining components of metal subsistence, instead of them them they used for instance the straw. Nature is caught on the painting in move. Lake in front of the house with water-lily and stones and house built on it as if it was in japanese fairy tale. The painting is sizeable and fits onto an clear wall of man who is influenced by japanese culture and religion and wants a piece of it.

Original painting author Kinkaku Ji Golden pavilion painter Alena Jureckova alias Ester Kralova.