Artist: Deepti Gupta (India)
Title: Radha waiting
Medium: Acrylic on mdf board
Dimensions: 40,6H x 40,6B
Radha waiting is an abstract painting from Deepti Gupta‘s collection.
Deepti Gupta is a figurative painter. She treats color as the most important element of her creative perception. Her forms are simple with strong graphical sensibilities.
Her forms create dancing shapes: every art lover will feel her enjoyment in the work process. She has a lengthy process of construction and experimentation.
The artist wants the color to speak louder than the forms in conveying moods and expression.
Radha waiting: the themes
Her work is not religious. It’s just a mere representation of the world around her. In the articulated Hindu theological symbolism. Rādhā represents the total devotion for God, Kṛṣṇa, and the abandonment, loving and unconditional, to him (prema bhakti). It’s a feeling that represents the highest principle of the entire universe. This form of loving abandonment is due to the power of spiritual and transcendent “pleasure”. In this sense, for some theologies, Rādhā itself is a manifestation of God, Kṛṣṇa, or of his power when he intends to manifest “pleasure”, and this manifestation is to be understood as timeless.