An artist’s perspective towards the little things around us is way more profound than we can imagine it to be. One such example is Mamta’s painting in which colorful bunches of wool represent women from different sections of society.
On one hand, the bright colors depict the women who have come up and achieved their goals despite all the problems and restrictions whereas the dark colors narrate the stories of the women who were so bound that they couldn’t come out of the obstructions and live a suppressed life.
Acrylic on Canvas.
|ORIGINAL SIZE||24 INCHES||36 INCHES|
|FRAMED SIZE||24 INCHES||36 INCHES|
*Price includes Framing charges.
|Mamta Prajapati completed Master of Fine Arts degree program in 2017 from Banaras Hindu University. A third-generation artist, she wishes to develop a new art form.|