Bhakti : Faith

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Specifications
Size : 18 X 16 in | 45.7 X 40.6 cm
Medium : Acrylic & Ink on Paper
Style : Expressionism
Created in : 2020
Sold by : Artist
Surface : Shipped Rolled unless rolling not possible
Lot No : MA289813
International shipping : Yes
Domestic Ships Within : 7 - 10 business days
International Ships Within : 15 - 18 business days
Navi Mumbai, India
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About Artist

Art isn't my fulltime profession, I am passionate about it. It is the medium through which I communicate my way of seeing the world outside. I tell stories, depict events, express feelings. I use bold colors, graphic lines, sometimes mix techniques, prefer working with Acrylic, Water Color, Crayons, Pen & Ink on Canvas or Paper. I am not a realist, I express. I have an eye for home décor, I grew up in and now live in a well curated home, hence have a point of view on how a piece of art can look on a wall. All my work that I will put up here can be hung on contemporary to a classic home or hotel. It will definitively transform your home / hotel, like I have seen in mine. I am here to share that joy. When not painting - I head HR & OD for IG Petrochemicals Limited. I have a graduate diploma in fine arts from Visva Bharti University, which I had pursued along with conventional studies. I am skilled with basic techniques like any other art student. However, in the dean and bustle of livelihood earning, the passion that still burn like fire - My Art : My way of seeing the world somehow got lost. But, as I near 40, I realized there is no better time to start, as life is short. Episode 2 begins !!!

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River Ganges is considered holy in India, Millions of Devotees take part in "Ganga Aarti" This is a scene similar where "Bhoot" - The Past, depicted by black figurines at the background and "Bartaman" - The Present, depicted by the lady in white participates in the "Pooja" of River Ganges referred to as Mother Ganges. This is a mystic painting depicting the confluence of the living and the dead who comes together in this scene of Light and Shade. I have used pastels on acrylic to bring the somber yet deep aura of the scene. This is a derivation of realism yet not real. Its an expression of mine