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Apoorva Kasaraneni
Watercolor and Gold-Foiling Painting on Wood Panel - 03 | Paintings by Apoorva Kasaraneni
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Watercolor and Gold-Foiling Painting on Wood Panel - 03 | Paintings by Apoorva Kasaraneni
Watercolor and Gold-Foiling Painting on Wood Panel - 03 | Paintings by Apoorva Kasaraneni
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Watercolor and Gold-Foiling Painting on Wood Panel - 03 | Paintings by Apoorva Kasaraneni

Watercolor and Gold-Foiling Painting on Wood Panel - 03

Price $220

Price Before Discount $275

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This colorful watercolor mosaic original art is a 6"x6" piece made using deconstructed pieces of my own art. This artwork belongs to a series inspired by my own circumstances. I break down my overwhelm and anxiety into pieces of art and convert them into something cathartic on the wood panel.

The painting titled "Part of the whole" reminds me that you have to learn to look at the entirety of the situation and not just isolate certain aspects of it. Situations come with hidden opportunities and it is on us to connect the dots and make the best of it.

It is made in watercolor and gold foil on a wood panel base and finished with an appropriate sealant. It has a hook behind it and is ready to hang.

This artwork does not come with a frame because it is ready to hang although you can frame it in a floating wooden frame if you wish to.

Shipping: USPS 5-7 days
Price $15 Shipping in the US, ask the creator about international shipping.
Estimated Arrival: January 28, 2022

Pricing does not include frame and shipping charges. Trade discount available - 20%

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6H x 6W x 1D in0.25 lb

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Item Watercolor and Gold-Foiling Painting on Wood Panel - 03
As seen in Private Residence, Brooklyn, NY
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Apoorva Kasaraneni
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2021
Lusciously painted watercolor mosaics that surrender us to the beauty and exuberance of the natural world.

Apoorva was born and raised in India and now lives in Brooklyn. She uses fluid pigments such as watercolor to express herself artistically. Her artwork is heavily tied to nature and culture, and she uses art as a tool to trigger memories of her past and tie her to the present.

Her art also aims to achieve a balance between the natural world and material possessions using subjects like flora, fauna, and architecture to give life to her vision. She believes it is important for humans to slow down and reconnect with the resplendence of nature, behold the beauty it offers and remind ourselves that we are no better or no worse than an animal, bird, or flower.