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Wooden Panel paintings

The love for wooden surfaces has led us to put together art works on panels of wood. Whether blocks of wood or panels, everything is old wood of various types, seasoned and hence most sustainable and durable surfaces, and totally maintenance free. 


Elements of Nature

Size: H15cm x W15cm x D4cm (6" x 6" x 1.5")

Elements of nature captured in an abstract form on blocks of solid wood. 

Painted in acrylic.



The Confluence

Size: H 135cm x W 102cm (53" x 40")

The Confluence is the spiritual amalgamation of Lord Krishna and Gautam Buddha.

Krishna, is worshipped as the 8th incarnation or avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu and also as a supreme god in his own right.
And in Vaishnavism sect of Hinduism, Buddha or Gautam Buddha, too is considered as an avatar of  god Vishnu. Of the 10 major avatars of Vishnu, Gautama Buddha is believed to be the 9th and most recent incarnation.

Painted in acrylic on panels of old wood.



The Mystic

Size: H 135cm x W 102cm (53" x 40")

"I went to the root of things, and I found nothing but HIM alone" ... Mira Bai

Celebrating the endless love & devotion towards the DIVINE!
Saint Mira Bai was a 16th-century Hindu mystic poet and devotee of Krishna. 

Painted in acrylic on panels of old wood.




Size: H 135cm x W 102cm (53" x 40")

In Hinduism, Sanjeevani is a magical herb which has the power to cure and revive from deadly diseases. According to the Ramayana, the Indian epic, Lord Hanuman was asked to fetch the herb from the Himalayas to save the life of Lakshman, Lord Ram's brother. 

Painted in acrylic on panels of old wood.



Earthy flower

Size: H 61cm x W 102cm (24" x 40")

Rustic Earthy flower in gold hues.

Painted in acrylic on panels of old sleeper wood.



Everyday Series

Size: H 76cm x W 45cm (30" x 18")

Series#1: Shows leaves falling from trees on to the floor and nets. They were meticulously cleaned and collected in a wheel barrow every day. It depicts how we try and contain nature with our actions.

Series#2: Shows crows that gathered on a nearby tree. They flew everytime a ladder was used to empty the nets off the leaves, and then gathered back again on the same tree.

Mixed media on panels of wood panels.

Series #1: The Golden leaves

Series #2: The Cacophony

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