RadiateBliss Brings Spiritual, Meditation Art to Dei-Zinz’

Dei-Zinz’ is pleased to announce that Spiritual Artist, Udaysree Nithyananda, is displaying her work for sale in our Scottsdale showroom.  We hope that you will join Our Open House – Launch Party November 10 to view her inspiring art and other recent additions from local artists and crafters.  Remember, we’ll have live music, refreshments, massages and charity events, too.  A brief description of the elements of Udaysree’s art is given below.  Visit her online, then come by to see her work in person.

Radiate Bliss Art

“Relax into your being with abstract Mystical Yantra Meditation Art.  My art contains at its heart center symbols like the five elements, the dot standing for pure consciousness, or the downward pointing triangle representing divine feminine energy. Meditating on this dot or triangle, the viewer or meditator discovers his or her connection with the Whole. Collectors often remark that viewing my artwork makes them feel peaceful, centered and brings them clarity. See my acrylics paintings and digital fine art for yourself by visiting my website at http://RadiateBliss.com or contact me directly by emailing RadiateBliss@yahoo.com“.

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1 Comment

  1. Udaysree said,

    November 16, 2011 at 8:21 am

    thank you, Clarence, for posting this. the open house was a wonderful event. many customers felt inspired seeing my spiritual and meditative artwork and that of other artists, not to mention your beautiful floral silk arrangements.
    can’t wait ’til january comes to offer my meditation classes at your showroom.


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