Golden Citrine. Copper and Navy Geode Gemstone Artwork with natural Citrine
Luxurous and earthy toned navy blue and gold copper Citrine geode with crystals, shimmer, will be a center piece of attention and a perfect gift for spiritual person.
Gold Citrine is meaning Abundance and Success, resonates with Sacral chakra, pure JOY, Passion and Light.
Artwork on Canvas with 2-5cm textural elements : Mixed media, Glass, resin, crystals, natural Citrine, Red Agate, Cornelian, Red Jusper, Quartz
The spiritual meaning of Citrine is its yellow hues symbolizing the spiritual qualities of joy, abundance, and transmutation. ... Citrine also represents spiritual joy since it spreads positive, energetic light around its aura and is said to be one of only two crystals which do not need to be recharged or purified.
Sacral is the second chakra below the bellybutton. As the colour orange, it encourages creativity and passion, making you feel safe and serene.
- Shimmering Copper Navy Hymn to Geode Crystal beauty
- Sophisticated 3d accents ( up to 2 cm)
- Epoxy resin coating for preservation
Size of Artwork on the photo: 150x75x3 cm canvas
Artwork on photo - is 150x75 cm available and ready to ship next day , other sizes available as a similar looking COMMISSION.
Light and ready to hang.
Hang in 2 ways.
SIZES AVAILABLE UP TO 240 cm contact for a quote
Fully customisable painting - shape/size/color/gemstones/seashells. If you like something but want it in different colors or size - Commission is for you.
Commission may have similar colors/gemstones/seashells/composition however due to liquid medium - the shapes and lines will always be different and unique. To order similar looking custom artwork proceed with the order here or via COMMISSION Page.
- 5-10 days added to production time as its made to order - colours and materials are similar - shapes and lines are always unique and impossible to replicate due to liquid nature of the medium, however I will do my best to get the same feel - final result will be different from what you see on the photo due to liquid nature of the medium and pouring technique