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Size: 27 x 25 inches
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Year: 2021


This artwork is being sold at a special price to raise money for India's fight against Covid-19. The special price is valid only till the campaign is running. The amount that will be donated upon purchase of this artwork is Rs. 8,450, which is 20% of the pre-tax gallery price. This entire amount will be transferred to GiveIndia or Hemkunt Foundation under your name. You can claim tax exemption for 50% of the donated amount under Section 80G in India. A certificate for the same will be shared with you shortly after your purchase. (Note: if you are a non-Indian citizen or resident, we will not be able to arrange for a tax exemption certificate, but the amount will still be donated under your name, and you will receive an acknowledgment receipt for the same).
  • ABOUT Naina Maithani

    Naina Maithani interprets the sights and sounds of the world around her into radiant abstract art. In a career spanning over a decade, she has always painted the places that have left an indelible mark on her – from Dehradun where she grew up, to Vietnam and Doha, where she has lived. These inspired memories, impressions and images of beauty are conveyed using acrylics on canvas in intense, mellow, and intricate gradations of a multitude of colours. Naina's art is rooted in her connection to the earth, as is evident in the textures she creates. Since 2020, after moving back to her hometown Dehradun during the first Covid lockdown, Naina’s artistic language has undergone a transformation, and her primary artistic inspiration today is the beauty of the mountains, with its changing skies, sunsets, crisp air and varied seasons. She translates her experiences, spirituality, and self-discovery into a unique and energetic visual language, camouflaging the images in her mind’s eye with abstraction and surrealism. Naina has participated in several group shows across India and was a participant in the first Auroville Art Camp in 2019.

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