Jaipur artist Suvigya Sharma has gained quite a lot of fame for his various beautiful paintings. His created painting with 40 gram gold has finally made it to the Asia Book of Record. This painting by artist Suvigya Sharma of Jaipur is Asia’s first 4 dimensional gold painting. For being the first ever 4 dimensional gold painting made in Asia, this painting by Suvigya Sharma has also made it to the India Book of Record.
Jaipur artist Suvigya Sharma has created this beautiful painting using gold and silver. The painting is dedicated to Siddhivinayak Ganeshji. The artist told that he often used to visit the famous Siddhi Vinayak temple in Mumbai. The inspiration behind this gold painting comes from the Ganeshji idol placed at Siddhi Vinayak temple, Mumbai.
Created in the year 2014, this Ganeshji painting is the first painting in Asia that has been designed in 4D. The painting has 8 inches thickness and weighs about 60 kg. About 40-50 g gold and large quantity silver has been consumed in this painting. Along with gold and silver, semi-precious stones have also been used to add to the attraction factor of the painting.
The 24 carat gold painting involves use of special colours such as the colours that are used in preparing Jaipur’s famous kundan-meena jewellery. The use of these colours has resulted in increasing shining and transparency of the art on gold base.
It took Suvigya almost a year to complete the painting. For this painting he first used to do carving on wood to create a base. Later he started with the artwork on it. Suvigya had applied for India Book of Record and Asia Book of Record in 2015 itself. But the process took a lot of while. A team from Hong Kong visited to check this painting by Suvigya. Only after that the process was completed. After going through 3 different processes Suvigya Sharma’s painting finally made it to the records, as per declaration on August 3, 2016.