ART-Cup with lovely Zshurtschch-cat

Posted on March 29th, 2016 by jsurba.
Categories: foto, Julia Surba, mythology, Painting.

Art-cup for tee & coffee and any other hot and cold drinks with lovely Zshurtschch-cat, a cosmic clown from the painting of Julia Surba. High quality ceramic (white), size: 190 x 80 mm, ca. 0,34 l, weight: 380 g. Cleaning with hands, tongue and in washing machine)))

Zhurshch is a cosmic clown in the likeness of a cat, a kind of a hob and artful trickster. He is one who can make laugh anyone, each of a small child and a rigid warrior. Zhurshch is pictured with his magical attributes in his hands: zhurschchegon in his right hand (sorry, my English-speaking friends, I know it looks like impossible to be spoken) and with the golden key in his left hand. Zhurshchegon is a sacred device a real screamer which helps to see the comic side of life and can evoke an uncontrollable joy. The key symbolizes the key to accepting the life how it is and ability to enjoy it. In stomach of Zhurshch you can see the Kuzheshu-fish, who was got down by Zhurshch just out of fun. But don t worry, it is absolutely not dangerous for the magic fish and happens not for the first time))


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"Kuzheshu" Fish

Posted on March 14th, 2015 by jsurba.
Categories: Ancient Kuzhebar, foto, Julia Surba, mythology, Painting.

"Kuzheshu", Julia Surba 2015, mixed technique on canvas, 40x30cm from the cycle "Kuzhebar in Colour"


The Kuzheshu-Fish was often honoured with special songs in Ancient Kuzhebar. When somebody wanted to know something about relatives or friends who were far away, he sang a question-song to Kuzheshu.
Kuzheshu-Fish knew everything what had even happen under or above the earth. It lives in water and all secrets and mysteries, which are kept in rivers, lakes, seas and oceans, in ground waters and waterfalls, in rain, fog, steam and even in tears of humans and animals were for it easy accessible.



"Proper Timing in Action"

Posted on December 19th, 2014 by jsurba.
Categories: foto, Julia Surba, mythology, Painting.

"Proper Timing in Action", Julia Surba 2014, mixed technique on canvas, 70x70cm from the cycle "Stories of Ro Island"




"Patanjali" by Julia Surba

Posted on November 25th, 2014 by jsurba.
Categories: design, foto, Henna Art, Julia Surba, mythology, Painting.

"Patanjali", mixed technique, papyrus, 30-40 cm, Julia Surba 2014


Patanjali is regarded as an incarnation of the thousand-headed serpent-king named Shesha (Remainder) or Ananta (Endless), whose coils are said to support the god Vishnu. That is why he is presented in a half snake – half man form. He is known as the father of modern yoga, who assimilated existing yoga into a system and put it into a writing form known as yoga sutras.
The painting is made for yoga studio of Nicolas Lespinasse. By paintng Julia tried to follow the traditional iconography there twisted with her own technique based on  henna.