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Ritu Goel

Updated: May 5


Ms. Rritu Goel is a professional artist from Delhi, NCR, India and believes in freestyle painting, taking her inspiration for creating artwork from the beauty of nature and the things around it. She has graduated from Delhi School of Arts and started painting from a very early age.

Her works are full of vibrant colours and positive energy and she loves to express the beauty of nature and spirit using different styles of artworks, which enables her to shape the world according to the depth that she identifies it with.

Few styles of artwork as mostly painted by Rritu are Oil paintings, Acrylic paintings, Watercolours, Abstract / Contemporary artwork and Fluid Artwork amongst others. Her amazing creations can be viewed at her website www.artbyhuesofrritu.com


She can also be contacted at https://instagram.com/huesofrritu?igshid=2i8l9e6rfajp or at huesofrritu@gmail.com


Agni

Rritu, reinterprets the epic stories drawing the audience to connect with Indian history from a different view. The artworks are a seamless fusion of centuries old traditions and stories mirrored in contemporary style virtual interpretations.

The painting metaphorically depicts iconic DRAUPADI, who was born out of fire. Destiny transpired her marriage to five pandavas and she became the epicentre of the feud. Panchali,as she was widely known,professes her love and respect to all five husbands and cares for them.This painting vividly describes her feelings and status.

Size : 20x24"

Medium : Mix medium on 300 GSM cold pressed sheets.


Mysterious

Rritu, reinterprets the epic stories drawing the audience to connect with Indian history from a different view. The artworks are a seamless fusion of centuries old traditions and stories mirrored in contemporary style virtual interpretations.

In this beautiful traditional folk kalamkari fusion, Rritu Goel presents divine Krishna, as an illusionary image, where he is shown with both the ladies of his life, Radha - his childhood love and Rukhmani - who he ultimately marries. Radha brings out a softer nature in Krishna whereas Rukhmani is believed to be an enigma in his life.

Size : 20x24"

Medium : Mix medium on 300 GSM cold pressed sheets.

Chakras

Rritu, reinterprets the epic stories drawing the audience to connect with Indian history from a different view. The artworks are a seamless fusion of centuries old traditions and stories mirrored in contemporary style virtual interpretations.

This painting metaphorically depicts the Mahabharats, Arjun's son, Abhimanyu, a boy who at a tender age fought alone with his elders and was brutally killed by treachery of many warriors together, inclusive of many of his relatives. He fought bravely without any weapons and finally succumbed to death.

Size : 20x24" Medium : Mix medium on 300 GSM cold pressed sheets.

Compulsion

Rritu, reinterprets the epic stories drawing the audience to connect with Indian history from a different view. The artworks are a seamless fusion of centuries old traditions and stories mirrored in contemporary style virtual interpretations.

The mother figure of Pandhav, forlorn because of the compulsion to abandon her first love child, who will come back to her as Karn, the great warrior. This illustration depicts her dilemma and helplessness. Size : 20x24" Medium : Mix medium on 300 GSM cold pressed sheets.


The Shadow

Rritu, reinterprets the epic stories drawing the audience to connect with Indian history from a different view. The artworks are a seamless fusion of centuries old traditions and stories mirrored in contemporary style virtual interpretations.

In the Hindu epic "the Mahabharata", he is the eldest son of the blind king, who lived the dreams of his father, mother, brothers and friends, and is known to be the most powerful and noble, especially within his friends and well wishers. This artwork idolises the relentless pursuit of dreams by Duryodhan. Size : 20x24" Medium : Mix medium on 300 GSM cold pressed sheets.


Master Mind

Rritu, reinterprets the epic stories drawing the audience to connect with Indian history from a different view. The artworks are a seamless fusion of centuries old traditions and stories mirrored in contemporary style virtual interpretations.

The most important character of the epic "Mahabharat", Shakuni, was not only clever and a mind flayer but was also an illusionist, a talent of which he could bring to his advantage at any time, especially while playing a dice game. The artwork captures his mastermind behind the starting and happening of the Kurukshetra war. Size : 20x24" Medium : Mix medium on 300 GSM cold pressed sheets.

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