My friend Sadhana is an independent film maker and she loves to explore various cultures. She was trying to capture the innocence of the children that lived in the north-east belts of India and one of her friends took a good shot of that shot. I wanted to capture both her sincerity and the innocence of those children in this painting. I hope I did justice and so this is how the painting looks in broad day light. Thanks to Sadhana for this picture ūüôā
Medium: Oil painting on Canvas
Size: 11 * 16 Inches
Availability: Available
Year of Creation: 2019
Status: Stretched , Unframed
Shipment: Canvas roll in tube

Ramya Sadasivam has been practicing art since 2006. She so loves to portray Indian culture, customs, day to day chores of the hard working laborers, happy village life and life of women.

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