We admit that we have our fair share of new entrants to our website, so here’s our exclusive pick of 5 new Artworks!
Elegantly visceral, The work by Kavita Nayar is evocative. We are reminded deeply of Samsara, the cycle of life and death and the notion that souls are connected across timelines. The translucent reds and maroons weave a story that we simply have to untangle. The souls that carry over and those that have reached their destination; the many, many stories that are yet to be told.
This surreal wave is so reminiscent of Hokusai’s ‘The Wave’ woodcut, but of course is painted in the Artist’s own language. The blues reverberate and create a soft magic that we often observe when we go to the beach. The drops are a lovely addition to the work and yet float as though held up by the energy of the wave itself.
As though glowing like stained glass that is sunlit, this cubist inspired painting is wonderful! We are drawn to its multi-coloured facades and the pop-art esque approach of the overall tonal rendering. The image is most certainly left up for interpretation, as many familiar shapes peep in and out of the composition.
If you are looking for architecture that is easily taken over by an object, nature and so many other things – Viraag’s works show exactly that. ‘The scenario played out in this series is one of renewal and rejuvenation through the natural process of osmosis. Old doors represent the decay of urban life and an escape from reality.Wild nature, in a spontaneous movement of light to dark is permeating the barriers. Out of the rough beauty of decay emerges a new sort of flora, a feral beauty imbued with the characteristics of its urban surroundings.’
Buddha may be eternal, but Buddha and Art Nouveau? Now that’s new! The image is imbued with a sense of calm and is activated by the reds, whites and subtle pastels. The colours are both muted and bold, and give of a decorative and artistic vibe.
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