By: Sattwik Biswal
THE Greek and Hindu cultures to some extent believe that all matter is made up of five elements – space, air, fire, water and earth. This unifying message is at the heart of Art-ma’s the ‘Journey of the Soul’ through the 5 Elements Collection.
In significance to the message, five abstract pieces by Romanian artist Ovidiu Kloska, in collaboration with Art-ma are on display through a virtual viewing art gallery at the Art-ma website.
The virtual gallery is based on the same cutting-edge technology used in the creation of Art-ma’s first virtual gallery – The Mahabharata Collection.
The interactive gallery, which took ten weeks to create, showcases an unique way of presenting artworks – by pushing the boundaries of art combined with technology.
Art-ma commissioned Kloska’s work because he was a natural choice, with his work being deeply inspired by nature and all its elements. For this collection, he focused on depicting the connection between the five elements and the journey of the soul.
Reena Popat, co-founder of Art-ma, says: “The Journey of the Soul through the 5 Elements Collection virtual gallery has pushed the boundaries of technology integrated with art, and created something quite spectacular – never seen before in the art world. We are keen to showcase the artworks in their natural environment so that visitors can immerse themselves fully in the journey of the soul through the virtual gallery experience.”
Art-ma is a spiritual art gallery, which collaborates with like-minded artists from across the world, with the sole aim of increasing awareness of spirituality in a way that would engage both children and adults of all backgrounds.
The Journey of the ‘Soul through the 5 Elements Collection’ can be viewed here.