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Size: 36.2 x 18.1 x 1 inches
Material: Glass Mosaic


Inspired by the incredible aura of Goddess Durga during the “Durga Puja” festival in Kolkata, India, the artist Vandeepp Kalra was drawn to the fierce intensity, eternal beauty and fearlessness in her eyes. Amidst these week long festivities and a plethora of breathtaking handcrafted idols and “pandals” (a temporary fabricated stage), one cannot help but get immersed in the fervor of celebrations that surround the festival.

The glass tiles have been so meticulously carved and cleverly manipulated that these eyes almost seem to come to life. This stunning wall art, is not only a statement, but also evokes our minds, emotions and spirituality.

This piece has very high quality varnish, which keeps the tiles and grout protected against external elements (dust/ dirt and scratches). To clean, use a lint free damp cloth.

  • ABOUT Vandeepp Kalra

    After experimenting with different art mediums for more than a decade, contemporary artist Vandeepp Kalra discovered her true calling in mosaic art. Juxtaposing elements of texture, light and scale, Vandeepp creates stunning works of art, and articulates them into stories filled with colour and mystery. One of India’s unparalleled mosaic artists today, Vandeepp’s work is guided by the luminosity and depth of glass (mosaic), that is painstakingly cut and deliberately placed against each other to form a coherent whole. She combines mosaic with different mediums and tries to create an engaging discourse between the viewer and the work. Vandeepp’s vivid imagination and prowess helps her keep the movement and the fluidity of the subject alive, which brings out the real beauty of mosaic art. Her mosaic specializations include oil/acrylic paintings on canvas, wall art, sculptures, clocks, mirrors and commissioned art.
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