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Size : 30 X 24 in | 76.2 X 61 cm
Medium : Oil on Canvas
Style : Expressionism
Created in : 2017
Sold by : Artist
Surface : Shipped Rolled unless rolling not possible
Lot No : MA249528
International shipping : Yes
Domestic Ships Within : 7 - 10 business days
International Ships Within : 15 - 18 business days
About Artist

“The best way to explain an artist’s life is to look at her work. Geetha’s work speaks for her life and her soul. Born and brought up in the garden city of Bangalore, it’s no surprise that the city’s thriving rich traditions rooted in all fields of art, bore a great influence on her paintings. Geetha truly believes all that art shows us, is our own soul. It is art, and art alone, that reveals us to ourselves. Her goal as an artist is to create works that depict beauty in the simple things that surround us, and yet go unnoticed. Always one to improvise, her painting style and compositions continue to undergo changes. Windows to new possibilities open with every new innovative and creative work. She constantly seeks to push her boundaries, working with new materials and mediums, feeling an immense sense of satisfaction in being able to transform her canvases into different textures like wood, brick and cloth.” She was born into family of artists and has been painting for the past 15 years professionally. She had the opportunity to be trained under an eminent artist Mr. Rameshwar Broota. Her work has undergone changes and is now experimenting with different techniques whilst keeping oil and canvas as base. “I find beauty in simple things that surrounds us but we normally tend to ignore. I like to add an element of nature in my paintings if possible as it brings life to the paintings. I want each viewer to feel the painting in his or her own way. I feel satisfied when the painting communicates with me.”

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I want my paintings to evoke curiosity and make each viewer to have their own different feelings of the same image. experimenting and playing with figures makes way for further development .