Avyukta Kala Creation Rasleela Painting

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  • Acrylic painting.
  • A delightful range of eco- friendly artefacts
  • Watercolour and poster colour.
  • Made by Deepti Sharma
  • Handmade paper as medium.
  • Highlights the beauty Raas Leela of Lord Krishna and two gopis in Mathura
  • Dimensions: 5.11x16.92 in (LxB)
  • Display in the drawing room, bedroom, guest room or dining hall
  • Hang it on a furnished wall as background
  • Artist is famous for her neat and clean art work
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Deepti Sharma, born in 1983 in Delhi, is a perfect mix of intelligence and talent. A management graduate in HR, she had no dearth of options to take her career forward, but she chose to pursue her interests instead. She is a gifted artist who has done exceptional art work with clay, wood, and various kinds of embroideries. She...

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About Avyukta Kala Creation (AKC), Delhi

Eco-friendly unique concepts

 

Deepti Sharma, born in 1983 in Delhi, is a perfect mix of intelligence and talent. A management graduate in HR, she had no dearth of options to take her career forward, but she chose to pursue her interests instead. She is a gifted artist who has done exceptional art work with clay, wood, and various kinds of embroideries. She uses bright and eye-catching water as well as poster colours and ensures that the products are eco-friendly and exquisite. Her handicraft is appreciated not just by her husband and family, but also her ardent customers. Deepti registered Avyukta Kala Creation in 2014 and has now immersed herself completely into her venture and is taking it to greater heights. AKC provides art work in various designs, styles, sizes, and colours. These can also be customized as per the details and specifications provided by the clients. On an average, she makes eight to ten items a day. The enterprise is dedicated and involved in the pursuit of excellence by offering quality products and timely services. 

 

Specialities

 

Her initial offerings included beautifully designed shagun envelopes and paper mache wall hangings as well as murals Today there is a beautiful array of artefacts such as handmade greeting cards, paper quilling, paper-punching wall pieces, photo frames, Madhubani paintings, and decorative earthen diya for Diwali. Her elegant designing and rich, unique creations have already won many a hearts and continue to give her a pan-Indian recognition.

Specifications of Avyukta Kala Creation Rasleela Painting

TYPE

Madhubani painting 

STYLE

Contemporary 

 

SUBJECT

Lord Krishna dancing with two Gopis  

 

SPECIFICATIONS
  • Orientation: Landscape
  • Medium: Acrylic painting
  • Sub-medium: Water and poster colour on handmade paper
  • Height: 5.11 in
  • Width: 16.92 in
  • Region of origin: Madhubani and Mithila
FRAME

Material: Wooden/acrylic (depending on availability)

MORE ABOUT THE ARTWORK

Artist Deepti Sharma uses poster and water colours on handmade paper to portray Lord Krishna with two gopis during Raas Leela. Madhubani paintings can be traced to the time of the Ramayana, when King Janaka of Nepal ordered his kingdom to be decorated for the wedding of his daughter, Sita, to Lord Rama. Practiced in the regions of Janakpuri (erstwhile Mithila) in Nepal and Bihar, the inspiration for this art emerged from women’s intense need to be one with God. With the belief that painting something holy would achieve that desire, women began to paint pictures of gods and goddesses. These paintings exude peace and harmony. Sharma has used a balanced combination of both dark and bright colours. This beautiful work of art was painted 2013, and took one day for the artist to complete.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Born in 1983, Deepti Sharma paints with passion. A management graduate, she chose to follow her dreams. A multi-talented artist, she began with clay and wood work, and embroidery. Encouraged by genuine appreciation for her work, she took her hobby to new heights and is now a prolific artist. She credits her success to her supportive family and husband.

DISPLAY SUGGESTIONS
  • For contemporary look
  • Display in the drawing room, bedroom, guest room or dining hall
  • Adorn your walls with this traditional art form
MAINTENANCE TIPS
  • Keep away from moisture and direct sunlight
  • Clean with a soft cotton cloth 
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