6 Ways to Celebrate Sunshine & Springtime

Winter is slowly making its way out and spring is making its presence felt. While wearing bright yellow clothes and digging into kesar halwa, spring was ushered in with a host of celebrations. Yellow is clearly the colour of the season with its infectious warm, uplifting and sunny charm but it is also a colour that can have you worried about getting it right. Our latest spring collection shows you how to strike the right balance with yellow so that you bring in the sun indoors.

 
 

The Celestial Nymph by Pratiksha Bothe can be a lovely addition to your living room. A ubiquitous motif in the artistic traditions of India, the richly textured artwork with its use of yellow, green, black and iridescent blue is a stunning piece. For those who love Indian culture and history, this painting can be a conversation-starter and pair well with the bright green of your indoor plants.

The Celestial Nymph by Pratiksha Bothe
The Celestial Nymph by Pratiksha Bothe

 
 

Soumen Saha’s Banaras Ghat is an evocative creation that brings the mystery, magic and mystical vibe of Banaras into your home. Aptly called the City of Light, the artwork brilliantly captures the walks in the alleyways and the experience of watching the sun from the ghats or a boat. What better way to welcome springtime that for you to bring your love for travel, spirituality and art into your home?

Banaras Ghat by Soumen Saha
Banaras Ghat by Soumen Saha

 
 

Spring brings with it the energy of hope, new beginnings, and that of rebirth and renewal. Painting the sky with their blooms, trees show us that it is time for a fresh start. Bring in this effervescent spring energy with Swati Kale’s Let A Hundred Flowers Bloom. An artist who draws inspiration from the ever-changing nature of flowers, it is a great way to infuse this energy into your life.

Let a Hundred Flowers Bloom by Swati Kale
Let a Hundred Flowers Bloom by Swati Kale

 
 

Isn’t it wonderful to watch the dance of nature, energy and sense the change in the cycles in nature and our lives? Celebrating the light and beauty of the season, the artist Jiaur Rahman bears witness to the sheer exuberance of people from rural Bengal in Woman of The Tribe. From their spontaneous energy to their innocence and beauty, this painting is his way of bearing witness. Add innocence and joyous abandon to your life with this artwork. Hanging on your office wall, it would serve as a great reminder that life is about so much more.

Woman of the Tribe by Jiaur Rahman
Woman of the Tribe by Jiaur Rahman

 
 

Add a burst of energy to your room with Siddhesh Rane’s Space Between Yellow. An abstract painting that is a pure play of colours, it could provide contrast and make a statement if your interiors are otherwise minimalist and modern. The textures, the forms and the shapes add layers of depth and mystery to catch the eye of the viewer.  

Space Between Yellow by Siddhesh Rane
Space Between Yellow by Siddhesh Rane

 
 

An artwork that speaks to the soul, Pol Ledent’s Yellow Rain is striking. From its contrasting textures and colours, to the imaginative flow of shapes displays a depth of sensitivity and romanticism that makes it a masterpiece. If you love indulging your imagination, there’s no need to look further. It makes for a magnificent addition to your home this season.

Yellow rain by Pol Ledent
Yellow rain by Pol Ledent

 

Whether you can travel to sunny places or not, giving you home a dash of spring needn’t be very hard. Whether it is your entryway or your kitchen, your bedroom or your office, welcome spring in with a beautiful piece of art.

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