Medium : Oil on Linen
Dimension : 48 x 36 inches
Gayatri proves that when used appropriately symbols can convey a world of meaning. Despite being a portrait artist, she uses less figurative elements, resorting to pictorial imagery instead. Her color palette is natural at its best, the pictographs giving us clues of the diverse emotions integral to the works. They lead us to comprehend the artistâ€™s muse.
Country of Origin - India
ABOUT Gayatri Mehta
Almost every artist seeks inspiration from his surroundings. Well-known in the art circles, artist Gayatri Mehta, who is also an amazing portrait artist, has been inspired by Sant Kabirâ€™s dohas (couplets) that she feels have more relevance today than they ever had. The social and cultural fabric of our cities in present times is embroiled in pain; this dreary ethos being critically acute at times. Situational analogies that find a perfect foil in the poet-saintâ€™s couplets surface in her mind, as the artist informs that she has extensively read and studied Kabir. Translating... Read More