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About original artwork:
A moon hidden by clouds, the dots flowing in soft curves like asteroid belts and a combination of shades of blue, yellow and gold, are the obvious cues that point to a feeling of something celestial or in space. The rigidity of a mass of shapes is juxtaposed with the fluidity of the dots flowing in curves and the paint textures. Towards the right is a noticeable dark blue curve with a thick golden hue around that creates a sense of light coming from behind, as if the edge of a planet were illuminated by the light of the sun. You probably noticed that, but in some instances, I’ve flipped a purely logical representation. For example, the moon hidden by clouds should technically be a lighter shade covered by clouds in a darker color; but it's a blue moon covered in golden clouds. Despite these creative liberties and the difficulty in describing all elements exactly, the beauty of this work is that all viewers get the sense of something ‘celestial’. 

This piece has a very special place for me, in my heart as well as in my artistic journey. I started this piece during a photo shoot; fulfilling my fancy of painting out in the open, with ample natural light, no walls or ceiling, under the sky surrounded by plants. The first few strokes and the colour choices came without any specific thought ascribed to them. When I went home after the shoot, I couldn’t stop painting and evolving it, and only after it was done did I understand what I was painting. It was unconsciously influenced by what I had been reading, and watching, at the time about the idea of the universe. This is a pivotal example in my journey where creative interpretation is more of a natural flow, a means to visualize my cumulative synthesis of what I’m learning, what I’m reading, how I’m observing the world around me, or how I’m interacting with it. My ‘post-Celestial’ journey has a greater element of this embedded subconscious interpretation.

Medium: Acrylic Paint and acrylic makers on Paper.