Saturday, September 29, 2012

Parineeta

Parineeta (Married woman) series is inspired from the Parineeta movie only in name. I just love the sound of it and thought of creating women characters sensitive yet bold, mild yet firm, timid yet self-assured...all at the same time!
A wedlock brings out qualities that a woman may never have realized/recognized that she possessed. It brings out facets or nuances of her nature that reveals more to herself than others. She can do and undo anything she wishes to... I mean the positive ones unlike the soaps that always portray women in almost all the negative attributes one can imagine!
It is exactly for the same reason that we worship Goddess whether it be Saraswathi (Goddess of Wisdom), Parvathy (Goddess of Power) or Lakshmi (Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity)...or the mightier Durga (the Invincible)...different aspects of the same omnipresent and omnipotent lord.
Doesn't it make us, women, a responsible soul in every sense to mould, nuture and enrich the family she lives in?


Linking it to Paint Party Friday - visit to see more of the fun with painting :) and The Weekly Story @ Colours Dekor

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29 comments:

Netty said...

Thank you for the information and for sharing this beautiful painting, Happy PPF, Annette x

Mary C. Nasser said...

Lovely lines and patterns!
Enjoy your weekend!
♥♥♥
Happy PPF!!
Mary
Mixed-Media Map Art

Daniele Valois said...

Gorgeous!!!

Gloria said...

Hi Deepa. Good to see you. Been a while, but it's actually like it was yesterday. She is beautiful and I know what you mean about how they portray women in soaps, etc. Nice to see you and your work is awesome as always. Happy PPF!

rama said...

It is a beauty. You are such a fine artist.

Molly said...

very pretty!

Tracey Fletcher King said...

the textures in the hair are just wonderful ... I actually scrolled back up to have a second closer look...xx

vandana craftsia said...

Very pretty Deepa, so very true there are so many different facets to a woman and nature(GOD) has made woman in a way that she can beautifully play all the roles so well, discovering her own strengths.

Carolyn Dube said...

Love her- especially how you have given her such a radiant glow!

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Wonderfully creative and love your style with the big eyes ~ (A Creative Harbor)

Gina Sismilich said...

Wonderful painting - I love the expression in her eye and I love the serene feeling this painting gives me.

Natasha said...

She is beautiful, her hair is stunning. Gorgeous work.

Giggles said...

Wonderful color and texture...thanks for sharing such lovely work!

Hugs Giggles

denthe said...

Lovely portrait with wonderful details ♥

Jessica Sporn said...

lovely lady with such a soulful quality. Om Shree Matre Namaha. Happy PPF!

magiceye said...

Marvelous!!

roses said...

Awesome…
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NatashaMay said...

I think us women are magical anyway. :) I could never watch soup operas cause they irritated me senseless. :) The portrait is gorgeous!

AmitAag said...

Very beautiful!

Rajesh said...

Beautiful creation.

Kim Dellow said...

She is beautiful! Kim

carlarey said...

What a beautiful woman. Yes, I agree that being responsible for her family brings out strengths and traits women never knew they possessed.

indu chhibber said...

That's a very evocative face,so pensive.Great job!

Hands to Work, Hearts to God said...

Strong yet sensitive...this is what your painting shows me, and what a married woman should be! Patsy from
HeARTworks and
papemelroti

Arti said...

She holds in herself a myriad of emotions and beliefs - all that defines Parineeta. Really, this painting depicts everything you have said, so beautifully. Super work, Deepa :)

Saru Singhal said...

It is such a beautiful and expressive portrayal. Beautiful work!

Aakanksha Dhingra said...

you are blessed...
lovely portrayal.....

Aakanksha Dhingra said...

you are blessed
Lovely portrayal

AAKANKSHA
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Aakanksha Dhingra said...

you are blessed
lovely portrayal
AAKANKSHA
http://decor-gharaana.blogspot.com/