This week we bring you a collection of artworks with similar palettes from ten different artists and ten different styles! Each work presents a lovely strain of colours going through them that matches the others, while not having a visible connect.
Each work is definitive and unique in their own way, and have similar roots in terms of colour choice. Bold and neutral, the works are perfect for any setting and a great start to your collection!
Tea Side Stories By Sangeeta Singh
‘Tea side stories’ poses a pretty enigmatic image and question, is it the tea or the imagination? The glowing blue and rust teabags are reminiscent of calm twilight evening with hot cups of tea, sailing on the sweetness of our collective nostalgia. The image also conjures the image of the sea because of the ship and the glowing blues that echo throughout the canvas! The rusty sea below is incredibly close to the rosy coloured of our favourite cuppa of chai and is a great addition to any space!
Gond Painting By Unknown Artist
This beautiful traditional Gond tribal artwork is fierce, protective, and connected to nature. The work is typical of the Gond style and showcases a vibrant and neutral palette. The protective parent and their brood, familial survival, and bliss.
Untitled By Mukesh Sharma
This is probably a game of I spy with my naked eye, as we cannot choose what to look at! The work is superbly vivid and resembles many things at once. Abstract, surreal and enigmatic, it is a bold but interesting fit!
4. Distortion – 2 by Bhuneshwar Azaad
Distortion Ii By Bhuneshwar Azaad
Afraid to choose a specific colour or image? This is the perfect way to include a lot in a classy way, as the work has sixteen different images. Warm neutrals and vibrant reds, the images are both abstract and literal as they navigate our visions effortlessly.
5. Towards Happiness With Ganesh – 4 by Ranjit Singh Kurmi
Towards Happiness With Ganesh 4 By Ranjit Singh Kurmi
Adding a twist to devotion, Ganesha and his devotee vibrate and evoke images of joy, spring and temple visits. The rosy reds and blooming yellows curve into the bright blues to produce a lovely, innovative work.
6. Aranaya – 1 by Surya Prakash
Aranaya I By Surya Prakash
Surya Prakash’s masterpieces are so incredibly beautiful and call on the powers of nature. The wonder that we find in a sunset that casts its light against the greenery and foliage, is precisely what we see here. The dappling dots of light interspersed within the composition act like little guiding spots, showing you where to look and how to find beauty within the work each time.
Life Garden By Bakiyaraj Pandurangan
‘I believe nature is the root cause of all the innovation and invention ....If we look deep into any man made subject we can relate it to some formations of nature’ true to the artist’s vision and words, the work reflects all of life and nature within its singular composition. The foliage and flora intertwine and embrace the sun, as though literally providing the connect between them and the colours reflect the soft vibrance of a forest lit by a red sun.
Reflection By Gajanan Kashalkar
Deeply riveting, the blue draws us in and leaves us reeling as the buildings reflect colourfully. The image is both urban and abstract, making this a great buy and addition to your budding collection. It is superbly executed and is easily understood!
Eucalyptract V By Abhishek Kumar
The shades of a eucalyptus tree often reflect in rainbow colours through the day and this is no exception to that. ‘Newly shed outer bark reveals bright greens which darken over time into blues and purples and then orange and red tones.’ A mix of intricate observation, natural tones and creativity!
Untitled By Sanjeev K Das
Echoing the first artwork that we saw inthis curated set, the work is far more muted and highlighted by shades of deep red and ochre. The see and the river merge, while the boat remains docked and silent. We are a witness to the quiet of the tide, and the effervescent sunset that seems to move in and out of the work itself.