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From the Ruins No. 1

Blue, pink and lavender abstract Painting made on 640 gsm paper signifying a devastated landscape in ruins. Made during the Covid Lockdown in 2020
From the Ruins No.1 , Acrylic on Paper, 15 W x 11 H Inch

The Redemption Series: From the Ruins-1
Even as old orders crumble and break, we strengthen and rebuild our worlds. Even as old havens disintegrate, we architect receptacles for a new life, from the wreckage of the old.

Acrylic on Paper, 640 gsm

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Turn, Turn

Abstract Painting in a dark pallette with swirls of color signifying movement and change
Turn, Turn, Acrylic on Canvas, 24 x 18 Inch

Let the rhyme and the reason come undone, its all in the season, let it turn!

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Celebrations

Multicolored abstract painting with bright areas of red, green and gold signifying joy and celebrations
Celebrations, Acrylic on Paper, 40 x 30 Inch

Smell the roses, appreciate the thorns and rejoice in the day!

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Break The Rules

Abstract painting in shades of yellow along with light and dark blue and white in swirls of color. Made on 640 GSM paper
Break the Rules, Acrylic on Paper, 14 x 11 Inch/ 35.5 x 27.9 cm.

To be human, though they did not teach you at school, is to learn how to break the rules.

 

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A New Day

Abstract painting on 640 gsm paper with bright shades of yellow, blue, black and red signifying the freshness and hope of a new day dawning
A New Day, Acrylic on Paper, 14 W x 11 H Inch

Savor this new day, for the ancient sun brings new beginnings every day!

 

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Escape from Tomorrow

Abstract painting made on 640 gsm paper in shades of blue, grey and green around a white square of light
Escape from Tomorrow, Acrylic on Paper, 11 W x 14 H Inch

Escape from tomorrow and stay in this moment, this moment is forever.

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Fragmented

Abstract painting in a grey white palette with crisscrossing white lines running across the surface partially hiding half an abstract human face nestled amid a green grey background signifying the fragmented self bombarded with chaos and different identities that one tries to emerge from
Fragmented, Acrylic on Canvas, 40 x 30 Inch

Fragmented, I pick up pieces of myself to make an arc, to make the world.

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Togetherness No. 3

Abstract painting in the geometric style with boxes of light color palettes made up of predominantly white, light green, blue, purple and brown signifying that although different and unique we still stand together and make up a beautiful whole
Togetherness No. 3, Acrylic on Canvas, 30 x 18 Inch

Let there be spaces in your Togetherness..

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The Greys Have It

Abstract geometric art in black and grey signifying that truth is grey rather than just black and white
The Greys Have It, Acrylic on Canvas, 24 x 20 Inch

Just black and white is never quite right, it’s in the realm of the greys that the answers stay!

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Running in My Veins No. 2

Abstract painting in a dark grey and green palette signifying the artist's urge to create and translate the feeling flowing in her veins into art
Running in My Veins No. 2, Acrylic on Canvas, 40 x 30 Inch

When you feel all the beauty, love and madness running in your veins, when you march to the beats of a different drummer and know that it is the only way for you because you can feel it running in your veins!

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Running in My Veins No. 4

Abstract painting in blue, red, grey and yellow shades signifying the artist's urge to create and translate the feeling flowing in her veins into art
Running in My Veins No. 4, Acrylic on Canvas, 36 x 18 Inch

I belong on the shore/Hustling nickels and dimes/ ‘Cause it ain’t long before it’s gone/You might as well have a good time… ( Crosby, Stills & Nash)

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Bubbles are My Favorite Things

Abstract painting in shades of lavender with white circles drawn all across the surface signifying bubbles
Bubbles are My Favorite Things, Acrylic on Canvas, 18 x 24 Inch

Bubbles are always generous, no matter how many times you burst them, they just shrug and come right back like a good friend always does.