RinalParikh

Indian Folk Inspired Contemporary Art

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | 10 Sales

RinalParikh

Indian Folk Inspired Contemporary Art

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 10 Sales On Etsy since 2016

Announcement   I am very excited to adopt Ray of Hope as my main Charity for 2018 and committed to supporting its cause throughout the year. Ray of Hope is an International Foundation and is a 501(c)(3) approved global charity focused on raising funds for underprivileged children and families in the USA and India. Ray of Hope also develops its own programs to have a strong social impact. Please take a time and read more about the organization at http://letsgivehope.org/
Portion of all sales will be donated to Ray of Hope.

Announcement

Last updated on Oct 29, 2018

I am very excited to adopt Ray of Hope as my main Charity for 2018 and committed to supporting its cause throughout the year. Ray of Hope is an International Foundation and is a 501(c)(3) approved global charity focused on raising funds for underprivileged children and families in the USA and India. Ray of Hope also develops its own programs to have a strong social impact. Please take a time and read more about the organization at http://letsgivehope.org/
Portion of all sales will be donated to Ray of Hope.

Rinal Parikh

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Rinal Parikh

About

My Painting are modern adaptation of the traditional Indian folk art portrayed on paper with Gouache or Mix media on Canvas.

Rinal, a self-taught artist, draws on a childhood fascination with color and composition, portraying spontaneity and energy with saturated color in various media.
"I believe in always improving myself, learning from every stage in life and from nature. I love incorporating several mediums into my art, and especially love Indian folk art.-Madhubani from Madhubani district, Kalamkari from Andhra Pradesh, Warli from Maharashtra. My subject choice are directly influenced by my childhood memories in India. I also choose subjects that are based on my emotions, thoughts and experience from my day to day life. All in all, my work is modern adaptation of the traditional Indian folk art.”

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Last updated on Jul 17, 2016
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Gift wrapping and packaging

Yes, I can gift wrap the painting.

I am Local, Can I pick up the artwork?

Yes. Local Pickup can be arranged for those who wish to save money on shipping. Email me if you would like to arrange for local pick up.

Do you purchase the Insurance?

Insurance on the Packaging can be arranged. Please let me at the time of Purchase.