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It speaks about a village named Piplantri in India (Rajasthan). It lays emphasis on how every culture has a tradition surrounding the birth of a child. Here, every time a girl child is born the villagers plant 111 trees to secure her future. This is the story I tried to reflect in my work. 

  • Make your home lovable with this Indian Art painting.

Size: 40x48 Inch

Meet the Artist

Rakhee Roy
I am Rakhee Roy. I've been a painter for the past 20 years. "Quest of Green" was my first solo exhibition in 2010. Nature has always drawn me in multiple ways, so I used it as a language in my art. Environmental calamity of any kind inspires me to paint. Women, to me, are nature, strong, resilient, and beautiful, with an innate ability to heal. My work primarily depicts women striving to transcend politics and gender. Women are generally trapped in their bodies due to fear caused by personal pressure or social rules. They are the guardians of culture and tradition. Simplicity appeals to me, and I try to depict my immediate surroundings with a touch of fantasy beauty and humour.

Artwork Specs

Size 40x48 Inch
Medium Acrylic on Canvas
Artwork Care Do not wash
Packaging Details Box packing, Bubble wrap