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Maze vs Labyrinth | Mixed Media in Paintings by Sarupa Sidaarth. Item made of wood compatible with contemporary and eclectic & maximalism style
Maze vs Labyrinth | Mixed Media in Paintings by Sarupa Sidaarth. Item made of wood compatible with contemporary and eclectic & maximalism style
Maze vs Labyrinth | Mixed Media in Paintings by Sarupa Sidaarth. Item made of wood compatible with contemporary and eclectic & maximalism style

Created and Sold by Sarupa Sidaarth

Sarupa Sidaarth

Maze vs Labyrinth - Paintings

Price $11,000

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Woman Owned

Made In USA

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DimensionsWeight
30H x 60W x 2D in
76.2H x 152.4W x 5.08D cm
9.07 kg
20 lb

Mixed media on wood panel.
Size: Diptych. 30 x 60 inches.
Series: Feast of fire.

Description: On my birthday, October 2, 2020 I received a cosmic gift. I lost 15 years’ worth of art, more than a hundred paintings to the Glass Fire in St. Helena, California. Everything we owned was reduced to ashes in the wildfire. My response to the profound and unimaginable loss was to accept it on the spot. I detached from my former script and stopped flirting with permanence. What seems fixed is actually fluid. I look for no meaning; it cannot be understood as an isolated incident. It is an integrated part of the whole. I found myself in a dynamic interchange between the local and the global, the personal and the universal. Today a significant part of my artistic legacy survives only in digital format with no tangible form and no comprehensive record of experimental work or markers of creative evolution. The images in these paintings are of destroyed paintings. I confront life’s non-negotiable curve balls by making a ritual out of creativity. The unfathomable and the indescribable can only be expressed through art. What my past has shaped me into has come into play. Today I view my life path as a mystical labyrinth, a unicursal or single, continuous path. It leads you towards the center and out if you make a conscious choice to move forward. Conversely, a maze, its multicursal counterpart is a convoluted network of divergent paths with unpredictable outcomes. The maze that I designed is not a true maze. Only partially accessible, it is an observation of current times. The maze symbolizes confusion, the labyrinth contemplation. After 2020, which one are you walking through?

Item Maze vs Labyrinth
Created by Sarupa Sidaarth
As seen in Creator's Studio, Novato, CA
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Sarupa Sidaarth
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020
I am inspired by ornament, an ancient visual language used in various cultures for centuries.

Born in India, Sarupa Sidaarth holds a BFA in Art from Sir J.J. School of Art and MFA from Academy of Art in USA. Her paintings were recently selected for The Peregrine Collection - Time capsule of permanent works of art on the moon, The Lunar Codex, Astrobotic Technologies, Artemis Program, NASA. The Untitled Space Gallery chose her work for exhibitions and a billboard in New York. Sarupa’s paintings were included in group shows at SFMOMA Artists Gallery, 33 Contemporary, RJD Gallery, JanKossen Contemporary and Site:Brooklyn.
In 2014 she was chosen for the Golden Foundation Residency in New York and NordArt in Germany. She won the K.K. Modi Fellowship and PASCA Scholarship in France in 2011. Her achievements include NCWCA Mentorship Program, First Prize at Brea Gallery’s MICA, Frey Foundation Grant and multiple awards at the Academy of Art Annual Exhibition. Sarupa has participated in a number of solo and group exhibitions in India, Europe and United States. She works from her studio in California.