Hey everyone, 🙂
I got a canvas board a year back, started this artwork two months ago and finally its complete. Well, actually it still needs to dry thoroughly, so i can write my name in bottom right corner but I am freaking out on its completion and sharing it right away.
Tell me your views about it.
Hey blogspherites 🙂
I hope you had a colourful Holi. For my ecumenical friends, Holi is a festival celebrated in India, at the approach of vernal equinox, on the full moon. On this day, friends and foes, old and young, rich and poor, participate in a colossal carnival of colours. People smear dry colour called ‘gulal’ on each others faces and even flick coloured water filled balloons. It symbolizes the victory of good over evil, a day to forgive, forget and reconcile.
This painting is an abstract artwork in oil. I painted random circles and joined them with strokes in different colors. After completing about two third of the canvas, it started making some sense to me.
Feel free to tell me what you see in it.
Size of canvas: 9 by 12
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Hey everyone 🙂
Hope you had a lovely weekend. I spent my Sunday in the most fulfilling way, painting another acrylic artwork in the company and under the auspices of my Professor of Medicine, who is a great artist himself. It was an enriching experience. I got to learn the subtleties of working with acrylics. I am definitely going to experiment with what i have learnt, coz thats what i do. 😛 Anyway, this particular piece of art has a lot of meaning to it. It shows a little girl against the enormity of the ocean and the crimson sky, standing undeterred at the edge of a rock.