Emerging artist Sheetal Mattoo Garg's inspirational and vibrant artworks symbolise the eternal love between a devoted mortal and the divine. Her works reflect love thoughts, devotion, romance, spiritual bliss and landscapes, in oil and acrylic.
Inspirational Coffee Art Work on "Eternal Love"
The love of Radha and Meera symbolizes the Eternal Love affair between the devoted mortal and the Divine.
The most divine couple in the Hindu mythology – Radha Krishen are depicted here in an inseparable bondage showing the eternal love they possess. A perfect portrait of Eternal Love.
The relationship of Radha and Krishna is the embodiment of Love, Passion and Devotion. Radha’s Passion for Krishna symbolizes the soul’s intense longing and willingness for the ultimate unification with God. Shri Krishna is the soul of Radha and Radha is definitely the soul of Shri Krishna. She is the undivided form of Shri Krishna.
The 2nd solo art exhibition will drive you onwards and upwards in a wind of eternal beauty, inspirational love story, reflecting love thoughts, romance to the infinity and evoke the soul’s longing for spiritual awakening and unification with the One Source of Peace and Bliss.
About Sheetal Mattoo Garg
The images painted are a celebration of different emotions, majorly hopeful and cheerful aspects of life.
My inspiration is a collection of popular art and visual experiences captured from varied sources, driven by curiosity and lover for beauty.
Struggling with time as raising two small kids is a full time job, I pursued my hobby passionately. Painting quickly and without correction, I put myself, if only very briefly, into the feelings of my subjects, as they display their symbol of abundance, beauty, love and wholesome joy. Though with no professional degree or qualification in art and in search to find my voice as an artist I have experimented with many styles and techniques. The application of varied media provides infinite possibilities of creative expression through use of standard acrylics, traditional oils, watercolors, charcoal and even coffee.
The artwork is displayed in an array of materials: canvas, wood, paper, glass, rocksetc.
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