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Home Is Where The Art Is

Sukriti Dubey 18 Oct 2017

There is art for every occasion, every emotion, and every sensation. There is nothing as expressive and as emotive as the flow of colours and strokes of an artist. This festive season, experiment with art and install traditionally enriched art prints. These artworks bring together artistic sense and creative storytelling. Different art styles, different subjects and the different colour palettes of these artworks make them a delight for bringing into your home. Check out our top 5 selections.

1. Vandevta

Vandevta (God Of The Rain Forest) by Dhananjay Mukherjee

Artist Dhananjay Mukherjee tries to personify nature into a divine Godly image of Vandevta, the God of forests. The painting urges us to associate nature with a power greater than us all and to understand his stories that lie in the endless forests. The image of Vandevta is juxtaposed with delicate foliage, leaves and flowers that draw a direct relation between Him and nature. The artist says that his aim is to inculcate our faith in nature.

2. Ganesha

Ganesha I by Krishna Pulkundwar

On the festival of lights Diwali, Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi are worshipped. Traditionally, every Indian household welcomes Ganesha and Laxmi idols and worships the new idols in the evening pooja of Diwali. Hence, it is a very auspicious time to introduce into your home an artwork of Lord Ganesha. Ganesha is also believed to bring positivity, prosperity and health.

3. Transcendence

Transcendence by Pragati Sharma Mohanty

A wonderful rendition of the giver of life, this artwork depicts the power and beauty of mothers. ‘Transcendence is when you rise above from being just an individual to being a giver and nurturer of another life’, says the artist Pragati Sharma Mohanty. The great detailing and precision in expressing the idea creatively make it worthy of praise.

4. Royal Princess

Royal Princess by Pragati Sharma Mohanty

‘Royal Princess’ is a portrait of a Rajputana Princess who is all decked up in royal opulence, ready for celebrations. The smallest details in the painting from the regal dress to the background that draws you into its depths make it an outstanding décor piece for any home.

5. Rhythmic

Rhythmic 5 by Varsha Kharatmal

This painting takes inspiration from the paintings of Ajanta caves. This depicts Indian form and beauty with traditional motifs and rich colours. Fusing realism with the miniature style, the artist represents traditional Indian motifs with bold and fluid lines in her paintings.

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