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Tropical Hues II

By Vernika Singh


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Bring abstract shapes and beautiful colour-ways to your home with this contemporary artwork, portraying the greens in nature. Indian artist Vernika Singh uses abstract art to represent her emotions and phases in life in the form of elements of the ocean. She works to create edgy, urgent, and thought-provoking art that acts as a narrative of her own aesthetics towards the world, society, and her own self.

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Product Specifications


Length 24"
Width 36"

Product material

Mixed media on Fine art canvas

More info

Professionally hand-stretched, gallery wrapped in sustainable wood. Arrives ready to hang. Made in India. Remove dust with a micro-fibre or dry wipe. If necessary to remove spots or splashes, spot clean with damp soft cloth.

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The Maker

Vernika Singh

Originally from Uttar Pradesh, Indian artist Vernika Singh lives and works in New Delhi. She paints independently, seeking out what interests her most, specifically abstracts. She uses mixed mediums to represent her emotions and phases in life in the form of elements of the ocean. The artist’s use of colours and materials is in fact aimed at creating a sublime form, something that stands outside reality rather than in it. “I create not to be seen, but to be experienced by making an honest connection between my canvas and the viewer’s emotions,” the artist candidly says.

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