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Come visit Gallery 9 in San Francisco Bay Area to see Contemporary Indian paintings from Ragini.
Near San Francisco, CA, is Gallery9, which displays art from local artists. Currently on display are Indian paintings by Ragini Prasad. Come visit Gallery9 to view the paintings for yourself and even consider making a purchase.
For this Indian artist, paintings in the Madhubani style are her specialty. Ragini brings this traditional form of Indian art to the San Francisco Bay Area, where she hopes to inspire others with her culturally significant artwork.
Madhubani, also known as Mithla, is traditionally created by women from the Indian region of the same name. Ragini is accredited in the style by the National Institute of Mithla Art. Moreover, the practice of this style has been passed down through her family for generations.
Ragini carries on the tradition and adds a contemporary flair as she explores themes of nature, beauty, femininity, and spirituality. Ragini likes to depict traditional Indian motifs, but she also enjoys applying the Madhubani style to depictions of California’s landscape and some of San Francisco’s landmarks.
Ragini believes that local galleries bring life to the communities they serve, so she is proud to be partnered with Gallery9, where she can provide artwork that gives the gallery a special ability to bring people together and expose them to other cultures.
If you find that one of Ragini’s paintings particularly strikes a chord with you, you’ll be happy to hear that many of her pieces are available for sale. Ragini is also available for free consultations to help you choose a piece if you are having a hard time making your selection.
If you would like to ask the staff of Gallery9 about Ragini’s artwork, call (650) 383-0129.
Abundance a Spiritual Form - Madhubani Painting.
Abundance in Madhubani Painting a spiritual form. This Art is made on paper with acrylic and nib pen.
Madhubani Painting - Durga a women's strength
Durga a women's strength painted in Madhubani Art. Durga is also referred to as Triyambake (like Shiva), meaning the three-eyed Goddess. The left eye represents desire and has the peace and calmness of the moon; the right eye represents action and holds the power of the sun; and the central eye is the all-knowing eye with the ability to burn with its po