Into the Wild by Anandi Ramanathan
16 x 12 inches
year created: 2021
“A girl ties her hair and steps into the wildflower garden. Whatsoever happens, a person needs courage to step out and face the world. Who knows, you might be as well walking in a garden or a hard rock passage. But the good thing is, you have stepped out of your comfort zone.”
Artist’s Connection to Theme: Stepping out of the comfort zone and facing the world gives you strength and courage. It lets you learn and grow. Staying indoors/ restricting one within the comfort zone is only going to narrow your mindset and your thoughts.
Image Description: A girl stepping into the wildflower garden
Though Anandi Ramanathan studied engineering and is a software engineer by profession, she has experience for more than 3 years for her passion in both watercolor and acrylic paintings. Her works have been displayed at Princeton University and promoted by the Arts Council of Princeton. Her artwork has been printed and sold on products like t-shirts, stickers, fridge magnets, greeting cards and art prints. Anandi teaches acrylic/watercolor paintings to kids from the age of 6 and adults for 50+ kids and adults.
Frame: Wooden frame with glass.
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