5 Paintings that will Invoke Positivity and Optimism.
Published on: 19 May, 2021
Art always provides comfort during difficult times. With each brushstroke and colour, it has evolved into a vehicle for humans to express their deepest emotions, giving them the possibility to infuse happiness and joy into the artwork. The following artworks tend to bring joy and peace.
Dance like no one’s watching, this popular saying is best suited to this stunning creation by artist Dhara Agrawal, who has a locomotor disability. The artist believes that great dancers are not great because of their technique but because of their passion. The subject is dancing in the moonlight, yet there is so much light and brightness.
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Spring Is Here
If you look right, you can see that the whole world is a garden. Life will get warmer. Happiness held is the seed; Happiness shared is the flower. Love is the flower you've got to let grow. The beautiful spring came, and the human soul is bound to revive when nature resumes her loveliness. Infused with colours and flowers, this painting is made by Akshay Mathur, who has Autism Spectrum Disorder.
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Buddha of Peace
Buddha painting represents the life stages of Gautam Buddha and the Buddhist way of life. Most artworks encourage a feeling of eternal peace and calm. As an art form, the Buddha fosters a culture of well-being. It is one of the age-old art forms where the artists usually portray Buddha in various ways. The painting is done by Simranjeet Kaur, who is hearing impaired.
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Moonlight Cherry Blossom
Cherry blossoms are a symbolic flower of spring, a time of renewal, and the fleeting nature of life. Their life is very short. After their beauty peaks around two weeks, the blossoms start to fall and the moonlight directs to the beauty. The painting is made by Satabdi Dawn from West Bengal.
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Yoga, Lotus & Chakras
This pen and oil pastel artwork consider the lotus flower as the symbol of youth, beauty, and life. In Buddhism, the lotus is symbolic of the purity of the body, speech, and mind. To a yogi, the lotus flower symbolises the expansion of the soul and spiritual awakening. It is made by Swaminathan who has Autism Spectrum Disorder
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So, what are you waiting for? These paintings are just a glimpse into the amazing artworks listed on the platform. You can browse through the 16 diverse categories and paintings made exclusively by artists with disabilities. Head over to https://atypicaladvantage.in/arts to select the next painting that will grace the walls of your house or office.