Fall Pathway

Fall Pathway

“For man, autumn is a time of harvest, of gathering together.

For nature, it is a time of sowing, of scattering abroad."

~Edwin Way Teale, 'Autumn Across America'

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When I moved to Chicago from Mumbai, the beautiful fall colors were the only blessing in the preparation of cold winter.  When I stepped out of my house, first time I saw thousands fallen leaves created a colorful Kashmir rug that warmed the earth underneath; thousands of leaves remained on the trees awaiting their contribution to its colorful and flowery design.  This Kashmir rug was better than any I had ever seen from India or any other Asian country; it was a rug knotted together only for me. So I tried to capture that memory in my painting. But rather than just mimicking color on the paper I incorporated real fall leaves and branches in my painting. The layers of tissue paper create the depth in the texture of the painting.  I have created entire fall collection out of my love for the fall colors.  This was the Second painting in the series. I hope this painting feels your life with beautiful colors as it did mine.

Weight15 lbs
MediaOil Pastel on real leaves, trunks on hard board
FramedBlack metal frame
GlassMuseum Glass

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