Giverny 2 (2022)
Akshita's painting, Giverny, is a breathtaking portrayal of the natural beauty of Monet's lily pond in France. Her love for nature is evident in the way she has captured the essence of the landscape. Using the impressionist style of painting, Akshita skillfully depicts the interplay of light and form with thin, visible brushstrokes that are best appreciated from a distance.
However, her painting goes beyond just capturing the visual beauty of the lily pond. It also portrays the emotional connection she felt with the stunning garden. The landscape evokes a sense of tranquility, which is hard to come by in today's fast-paced world. Akshita has a fascination for water lilies and water gardens because of the feelings they evoke within her.
Overall, Giverny is an impressive painting that not only showcases Akshita's technical skill but also her emotional connection with nature. It is a reflection of the calming effect that the natural world can have on our senses, and a reminder of the importance of taking the time to appreciate its beauty.
Oil on cotton canvas
Unframed - 90X90X3 cm
Framed - 93X93X4 cm