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Dayal

Poornima

INDIA

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“I paint from my heart, allowing my hands to dance along with the splash of paint.”

Poornima Dayal has been an artist for over three decades. Playing with colors, dabbling with textures has been her forte.

This work shows a peek into a busy street , at perhaps peak traffic hours swarming with colorful vehicles.
Everybody is eager to get home .
A use of Earthly tones, signifies our commitment to stay focused . Here perhaps ,the focus is on getting home.
According to me the mood here is very inspiring ,pepping us to move ahead.

Her journey began around the age of 13 with oils on canvas. Abstract style of art always fascinated her and putting vibrant colors on canvas has been her passion.

At the mechanic

Acrylic

$950

This work shows a busy garage ,where vehicles are repaired.
Textures are indicating a flow of gease ,oil at the mechanic station.
An old vintage car is getting repaired.
The doors ,shutters etc of the garage present a very greasy , at the mechanic look.

Her first painting was a reflection of Indigo and Mauve, in semi-abstract style portraying a joyful ship passing through a valley. Somewhere, her emotions and feelings have always found a voice through the arts.

A lot of Poornima’s works include semi-abstract representation of the divine.

Oil continued to be the medium for art until 15 years back, when she switched over gradually to acrylics.

Poornima has had the fortune to exhibit her works globally and has also been featured in various publications including the prestigious magazine, The Vogue, India.

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Poornima finds the vibrancy, textures and weight of acrylic paints more appropriate for her kind of art.

A lot of her works include semi abstract representation of the divine.
Being a meditation practitioner for over two decades now, this came very naturally to her and is a reflection of her devotional feelings.