The lack of studio space made me convert my bedroom into one. The small space has resulted in smaller scale works. Most of my previous art practices stems from nature and natural life. Now as I wish to scale down my work, I wish to look at them in an intimate manner. So now I am trying to convey emotions that we associate with humans through the eyes of birds and animals. I am using round wooden panels which add to the dimension. Currently I have painted 100 such round panels with visuals of different eyes with different emotions of different animals and birds. I want to explore the differences not just in the biology and surface but their impact on the visual too.
Title : They are scared of you
Medium : acrylic on wood, Wood
What are you going to take forward from this make-shift studio practice experience?
"The shift, the lack of studio space and its affect on the scale is something I have found challenging. An intimate way of looking at things is an experience that I would want to continue."