Leaning towards Indian contemporary and somewhat abstract art, the Meditation series floral paintings are happy and serene. These paintings portray agitation of mind at one end (before) and tranquility at another (after). Elements of trees and flower plants such as buds, flowers, leaves, twigs, fruits, trunks, create this transition in interesting and abstract manner. The rhythm is from bottom to top or sideways, or diagonal. In this medium size painting meditation is depicted thru an Amaltas Tree (Indian Laburnum, Cassia Fistula) that blooms into very showy yellow drooping flowering bunches and monkey tail like long pods during Indian summer/monsoon. Rabindranath Tagore called this flower Swarn Jhoodi (golden shower) or Bandur Laati (monkey tail) in Bengali
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