Thisis a very beautiful design pattern inspired by the ancient Indian art made of dots and lines called KOLAMS on Yellow Ocher Background. The artwork is done on Canvas Board and I have used Clay to do the embossed dots and lines.I wanted an earthy background and so used Yellow Ocher and Sienna on the Borders.

Thisis a very beautiful design pattern inspired by the ancient Indian art made of dots and lines called KOLAMS on Yellow Ocher Background. The artwork is done on Canvas Board and I have used Clay to do the embossed dots and lines.I wanted an earthy background and so used Yellow Ocher and Sienna on the Borders.

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Mixed Media Kolam One" has been inspired by the ancient Indian art of small to elaborate patterns made of dots and lines called KOLAMS.  The artwork is done on Canvas Board and I have used Clay to do the embossed dots and lines.I wanted an earthy background and so used Yellow Ocher and Sienna on the Borders...

Mixed Media Kolam One" has been inspired by the ancient Indian art of small to elaborate patterns made of dots and lines called KOLAMS. The artwork is done on Canvas Board and I have used Clay to do the embossed dots and lines.I wanted an earthy background and so used Yellow Ocher and Sienna on the Borders...

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Mixed Media Kolam Four" has been inspired by the ancient Indian art.. It is considered the symbolic way of welcoming the guests and the  God and Goddess into the house.

Mixed Media Kolam Four" has been inspired by the ancient Indian art.. It is considered the symbolic way of welcoming the guests and the God and Goddess into the house.

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"Mixed Media Kolam Three" has been inspired by the ancient Indian art of small to elaborate patterns made of dots and lines called KOLAMS. Kolams was and still is used to decorate the floor and the front yards of homes and temples.The artwork is done on Canvas Board and I have used Clay to do the embossed dots and lines.I wanted an earthy background and so used Yellow Ocher and Sienna on the Borders...

"Mixed Media Kolam Three" has been inspired by the ancient Indian art of small to elaborate patterns made of dots and lines called KOLAMS. Kolams was and still is used to decorate the floor and the front yards of homes and temples.The artwork is done on Canvas Board and I have used Clay to do the embossed dots and lines.I wanted an earthy background and so used Yellow Ocher and Sienna on the Borders...

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OM called pranava,  means that it pervades life and runs through our prana or breath.During meditation, when we chant Om, we create within ourselves a vibration that attunes sympathy with the cosmic vibration and we start thinking universally.  The artwork is done on Canvas Board and I have used Clay for the embossed Om and the Border. I have used monochrome blue colors..

OM called pranava, means that it pervades life and runs through our prana or breath.During meditation, when we chant Om, we create within ourselves a vibration that attunes sympathy with the cosmic vibration and we start thinking universally. The artwork is done on Canvas Board and I have used Clay for the embossed Om and the Border. I have used monochrome blue colors..

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Ganesha the elephant deity -the lord of success symbolises Atman the ultimate supreme reality of human existence.. The artwork is done on Canvas Board and I have used Clay to do the embossed outline.The entire back ground is colored in rich Indian colors with Copper highlights...Ganesha is done with Copper Metallic.

Ganesha the elephant deity -the lord of success symbolises Atman the ultimate supreme reality of human existence.. The artwork is done on Canvas Board and I have used Clay to do the embossed outline.The entire back ground is colored in rich Indian colors with Copper highlights...Ganesha is done with Copper Metallic.

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. Green is the color of life. Abundant in nature, green signifies fertility, growth, renewal, health, and environment.It symbolizes self-respect and well being. Green is the color of balance. It also means learning, growth and harmony.The artwork is a part of the tri-series done on Canvas Board and has embossed outline.The entire back ground is textured.

. Green is the color of life. Abundant in nature, green signifies fertility, growth, renewal, health, and environment.It symbolizes self-respect and well being. Green is the color of balance. It also means learning, growth and harmony.The artwork is a part of the tri-series done on Canvas Board and has embossed outline.The entire back ground is textured.

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This artwork is based on the belief that life is a circle. Life starts with birth and ends with death.The artwork is a part of the tri-series done on Canvas Board and has embossed outline.The entire back ground is textured.

This artwork is based on the belief that life is a circle. Life starts with birth and ends with death.The artwork is a part of the tri-series done on Canvas Board and has embossed outline.The entire back ground is textured.

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The symbol OM is a sacred syllable representing Brahman which is both the unmanifest (nirguna) and manifest (saguna) aspects of God.The artwork is done on Canvas Board and I have used Clay to do the embossed outline.The entire back ground is colored in rich Indian colors with Copper highlights. OM is done with Copper Metallic.

The symbol OM is a sacred syllable representing Brahman which is both the unmanifest (nirguna) and manifest (saguna) aspects of God.The artwork is done on Canvas Board and I have used Clay to do the embossed outline.The entire back ground is colored in rich Indian colors with Copper highlights. OM is done with Copper Metallic.

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Pink Padma- The Lotus" is a beautiful artwork of abstract Pink Lotus. The artwork is a part of the "Padma-The Lotus" series, done on Canvas and has embossed flowers and leaves.The leaves are worked with clay and the flowers are worked with paper.

Pink Padma- The Lotus" is a beautiful artwork of abstract Pink Lotus. The artwork is a part of the "Padma-The Lotus" series, done on Canvas and has embossed flowers and leaves.The leaves are worked with clay and the flowers are worked with paper.

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