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Gift Box - acrylic painting | Oil And Acrylic Painting in Paintings by Melissa Patel. Item made of canvas with synthetic

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Melissa Patel

Gift Box - acrylic painting

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Gift Box, acrylic paint on canvas, 48 x 48 in., 2015

This painting was based on a small sculptural arrangement of dried roses, wood blocks, and a gift box. This gift box was decorated with colourful stripes and circles, which when paired with the dried roses and wood blocks, provided an opportunity to play around with the idea of organic and inorganic shapes within a composition.

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Item Gift Box - acrylic painting
Created by Melissa Patel
As seen in Private Residence, Toronto, Canada
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Melissa Patel
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Melissa Patel is a Toronto based artist who works primarily in drawing, painting, and photography. She was born and raised in Canada, and is of Portuguese and Indian descent. Her multicultural background has been a key influence in her work, which she uses to explore themes of family, identity, memory, heritage, and her relationship to nature and the environment. She sees her work as a way to interpret and understand the world around her by breaking down real world elements and recapturing them through artistic media. She studied at OCAD University and has a BFA in Drawing and Painting. She currently exhibits her work in galleries across Toronto and in 2019 was one of six notable Canadian emerging artists to exhibit in the Daegu Art Fair in South Korea with Partial Gallery.