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Spring

Spring is here. Colors are everywhere. Flowers are blooming and birds are enjoying sucking nectar. Both play their part in spreading spring far and wide. This is a contemporary art mixed media...

Whirlpool

Nature's symmetry is captured in this Whirlpool - acrylic pouring painting. I just provided a medium for paint to spread and kept pouring slow and continuous for a while. Size - 10"...

Yellow Stone

Yellow Stone national park has so many colors. This nature's painting is my impression of colors in Yellow Stone. I have used acrylic pouring technique. Size: 11" by 14" Base: Canvas Material: Acrylic Colors,...

Acrylic Pouring – Glow in the Night

Life can be beautiful in deepest dark spots of nature. This acrylic painting is called Glow in the Dark. I used acrylic pouring to create grass and capture darkness. On...

Acrylic Pouring – Flower

This acrylic pouring painting captures colors of Flower. Colors are so vivid but I used just primary colors and golden to add to brightness. Painting Style - Acrylic, Pouring Material - Acrylic...

Stride into Dawn

Horse striding into a backdrop of sunrise in Yosemite Valley, California. Medium: Acrylic paints Theme: Nature, Horses, Yosemite Valley, Sunrise Size: 24in X 12in Base: 1in canvas

Acrylic Painting – Lord Ganesha

This is a acrylic painting of Lord Ganesha. Lord Ganesha is one of the most revered Gods. He represents success. Any work started with a prayer of Lord Ganesha is successful. Presence...
Warli, Folk Art, Celebration

Warli-Celebration

Warli is a tribal art from Maharashta, India. Traditionally made on mud colored walls with paint made from rice paste. Warli paintings take inspiration from village life, human beings and animals...

Peacock Clef

Music and peacock, both are symbols of happiness. I have tried to give wings to the happiness. This is a zentangle style artwork. It represents musical sign Treble Clef as a peacock....
Warli, Folk Art, Gouache

Warli-Tree of life

Warli is a tribal art from Maharashtra, India. Traditionally made on mud colored walls with paint made from rice paste. Warli paintings take inspiration from village life, human beings and animals...
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