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Village Door Print Village Door Print

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Art Prints

Pink and green - contrasting colours that are quick to catch the eye. The simple wall and wooden door heavily quoted with paint are some elements characteristic of homes in villages and it is probably what adds so much more colour to the landscape. It isn't mundane but shows how one can experiment with hues to add some richness to their surroundings. This beautiful door of the Darwaza series is made using watercolours. The original paintings of this series were made as part of The Sketchbook Project of the Brooklyn Art Library.

Each door in this series is inspired by doors across India and comes with a personal touch in terms of elements like colour, aesthetics and so on. Every painting also has a woman donning traditional or contemporary apparel - capturing a little of the vast cultural fabric of the country.

The concept has a deeper significance as well. The doors lead you to new beginnings with every woman standing on the threshold of a new life. There is an element of positivity and hope in every painting! :)

Kindly note: The prints are not framed and do not come with mounting. They are printed on high quality paper and are carefully packed.

Pink and green - contrasting colours that are quick to catch the eye. The simple wall and wooden door heavily quoted with paint are some elements characteristic of homes in villages and it is probably what adds so much more colour to the landscape. It isn't mundane but shows how one can experiment with hues to add some richness to their surroundings. This beautiful door of the Darwaza series is made using watercolours. The original paintings of this series were made as part of The Sketchbook Project of the Brooklyn Art Library.

Each door in this series is inspired by doors across India and comes with a personal touch in terms of elements like colour, aesthetics and so on. Every painting also has a woman donning traditional or contemporary apparel - capturing a little of the vast cultural fabric of the country.

The concept has a deeper significance as well. The doors lead you to new beginnings with every woman standing on the threshold of a new life. There is an element of positivity and hope in every painting! :)

Kindly note: The prints are not framed and do not come with mounting. They are printed on high quality paper and are carefully packed.

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Pink and green - contrasting colours that are quick to catch the eye. The simple wall and wooden door heavily quoted with paint are some elements characteristic of homes in villages and it is probably what adds so much more colour to the landscape. It isn't mundane but shows how one can experiment with hues to add some richness to their surroundings. This beautiful door of the Darwaza series is made using watercolours. The original paintings of this series were made as part of The Sketchbook Project of the Brooklyn Art Library.

Each door in this series is inspired by doors across India and comes with a personal touch in terms of elements like colour, aesthetics and so on. Every painting also has a woman donning traditional or contemporary apparel - capturing a little of the vast cultural fabric of the country.

The concept has a deeper significance as well. The doors lead you to new beginnings with every woman standing on the threshold of a new life. There is an element of positivity and hope in every painting! :)

Kindly note: The prints are not framed and do not come with mounting. They are printed on high quality paper and are carefully packed.

Pink and green - contrasting colours that are quick to catch the eye. The simple wall and wooden door heavily quoted with paint are some elements characteristic of homes in villages and it is probably what adds so much more colour to the landscape. It isn't mundane but shows how one can experiment with hues to add some richness to their surroundings. This beautiful door of the Darwaza series is made using watercolours. The original paintings of this series were made as part of The Sketchbook Project of the Brooklyn Art Library.

Each door in this series is inspired by doors across India and comes with a personal touch in terms of elements like colour, aesthetics and so on. Every painting also has a woman donning traditional or contemporary apparel - capturing a little of the vast cultural fabric of the country.

The concept has a deeper significance as well. The doors lead you to new beginnings with every woman standing on the threshold of a new life. There is an element of positivity and hope in every painting! :)

Kindly note: The prints are not framed and do not come with mounting. They are printed on high quality paper and are carefully packed.

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