Relive the moment with Yellow Bogainvillea..!!

Size: A3 

Medium: Acrylics

Style: Abstract 

This beautiful art work invites you to relive the blissfull moments you have been through.. Stop here for some time.. Open the gates of  your heart and mind…Go through the walk of life and cherish your beautiful stories you have lived and have been missing… Enjoy and take the pleasure of the script written defining you and your journey…. 

Smile and spread happiness and peace.. Perhaps this is the moment for which you have been created.

– Kunal Tyagi.

Reflection…!!!

Size: A4 

Medium: Acrylics

Style: Abstract

I take the time to reflect on my amazing life. I look at where I am today and I look at how I came to be here. I acknowledge the darkness and the light, I have the clear vision of the positive changes that need to make in my life so that I may heal and grow in the most beautiful way possible.

I let go of regrets and disappointments. I accept my journey for what it is and I acknowledge that only I can do my healing work. This journey is my own and I can make it whatever I would like. I am a beautiful human being, worthy of happiness and love. 

I love this artwork and has been my favorite of all…It’s the reflection of my warmth and gentleness, its the REFLECTION of my inner self. 

Natkhat Krishna

 

Size: A4
Medium: Micron Pen
Style: freestyle (Madhubani inspired)

Sri Krishna was born to Devaki but she was not gifted to bring him up. The King of Mathura, Kansa was destined to be killed by the 8th child of Devaki and hence Kansa planned to kill the child. As soon as Krishna was born, Vasudeva his father carried the child on his head, crossed the forest and gave it to Yashoda. Yashoda was the wife of Nanda and later became foster-mother to Krishna.
In Yashoda’s household, Krishna grew up with utmost love and care, even though he was always stirring up some mischief or the other. Sri Krishna used to be a very naughty child. He used to break the pots of girls carrying milk, butter and have them with his friends. The girls and women of the village used to come to his Mother Yashoda and complain that her little kid is giving troubles to them. In the childhood days of Lord Krishna, he became famous as Makhan Chor (butter thief) and an expert with the flute.
Because Krishna was very naughty and every other person from the village come and complained about Krishna, once Yashoda Maiya furiously went to find Krishna so that she could punish him she was tired finding little naughty Krishna, she sat down under the tree and that’s when to impress mother Yashoda he played his flute so beautiful that mother Yashoda wasn’t angry anymore and selflessly loved him. Naughty Krishna’s teary eyes always made Yashoda forget the anger.

A Tale Of Two Birds….!!!

 

Size : 28″ *19″

Size: 28″ *19″
Medium: acrylics on canvas
Style: Abstract

Bird asked the Sun
What would I be without my Love?
And he answered
What is the Day without the Night?
Confused, He decided to ask the Moon
What would I be without my Love?
And he answered
What is the Moon without the Sun?
He then decided to ask the Stars
What would I be without my Love?
And they answered
What are the Stars without the Heavens?
Finally, He asked his Love
My Darling, what would I be without you?
And she answered
You would be as the Day without the Night
The Moon without the Sun
The Stars without the Heavens
And worst of all,
You would be as I would be 
without you.

 

Entwined

Size: 28″ * 19″

Medium: chalkboard paints.

Style: Gond Art.(Bundelkhand tribal art)

Since life trees have gracefully and generously provided food, shelter and the air we breathe. Their strength, beauty, and stillness symbolize the magic and wonder of life. In the ancient world of myths and folklore, every tree has a deeply spiritual meaning; every tree has a story…

Entwined trees signify love and harmony. The entanglement of love. As they fall in Love there begins a bonding of souls. The entanglement of two lives brought together into one. There are lovers inside the trees. As the love grows the branches entwine each other announcing the world that their love is eternal… 

Saura Painting

 

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Size: 26″ * 16

Saura painting is a style of wall mural painting associated with the Saura tribe of Odisha, India. These paintings also called ikons, hold religious significance for the tribe, usually as a dedication to their main deity Idital (also edital). Recurring motifs in these paintings are the Tree of Life, animals like horses, elephants, elements of nature like the sun and moon and the people of the tribe.
Given the religious significance of these paintings for the tribe, these are worshiped during religious and special cultural occasions such as harvest, childbirth, marriage or even the construction of a new house. Within a new dwelling, these paintings are created in a dark corner inside the home, and the process of creating them is accompanied by the recital of prayers.
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Size: 26″ *16″

Saura paintings employ a fish-net approach, where the border is created first, and then the motifs close inwards. This makes them different from Warli paintings of Maharashtra to which Saura paintings are often compared. Though both of these employ stick figures, while Warli paintings use triangles to depict the human body, the figures are not as sharply delineated in Saura paintings.
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Size: 26″ * 16″

In the alternating set of rows, differing moods of dancing and warring people are portrayed. Seated on horses or elephants, men go on wars to protect the natural rhythm of life back home. At the base of the painting, we see men around a tree, signifying the close connection between man and nature. These paintings signify celebrations, festivals, and religious ceremonies. it also signifies the interconnection of nature and the people of the tribe.
The Sauras today are a languishing tribe, suffering from malnutrition, among other ills. And yet their vivid paintings are a reminder to not let this tribe and their lives be lost in oblivion.
(originally these paintings are drawn on walls, I have used hard rough paper and gave muddy effect using tea bags and coffee. Also, the colors are natural.)

Imagine….!!!

Size: A3 size each. 

Medium: Acrylics and spray paint.

Style: Abstract.

Sometimes you can all do is not think, not wonder, not obsess. Just breath and have faith in your imagination that will work out to be the best…. 

Logic will take you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere…

-Albert Einstein

MASAKALI 

 

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Size: 28″*19″

Medium: acrylics 

White pigeons are the bringer of peace and love, understanding of gentleness, spirit messenger, communication between the two worlds, maternity, femininity, prophecy, and freedom. 

It represents peace of the deepest kind. It soothes and quiets our worried and troubled thoughts, and enables us to find renewal in the silence of mind. In these moments of stillness, we are able to appreciate the simple things in life.

If dove flies into your life, you are being asked to go within and release your emotional disharmony, be it of the past or the present. Dove helps us to rid trauma stored within our cellular memory. Humming can help you with this release.

Doves carry the energy of promise. When inner agitation is banished from our thoughts, words, and feelings, the goodness awaits us. So we are able to receive the gifts doves present us, healing on all levels – emotionally, physically, mentally, spiritually – is of utmost importance.

So whenever MASAKALI  approaches you ‘believe’ that  they are asking you to uncover your mask and be free,  that you must let go off your past and let your free spirit fly wherever your heart wants to….