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Solitary Poem of The Night

Subhra Ghosh | December 11, 2020
Solitary Poem of The Night

Art is timeless. Art speaks its own language. Art is alive!

In this age of mass production where we are bombarded with hyperreal digital images, Pupi’s Art aims at connecting us to the natural world.

 

The nocturnal flower raat ki raani—or queen of the night—has inspired many a poet with its distinctive characteristic, blooming as it does on moonlit nights, only to wilt at dawn. Its strong fragrance leaves many intoxicated. The artist has successfully captured that fleeting moment between when this extraordinary flower blossoms till the time it droops, in this stylish stole.

This reversible, warm stole is just right for light winters and can be worn with any Indian or western outfit. It has three layers, the first of which is pure white satin silk. The raat ki raani has been painstakingly hand painted on it. The middle layer is made up of a two-ply woolen stole. The third layer is again pure silk in a soothing shade of grey.

To place orders, please contact the artist following the contact link on her website.

 


Subhra Ghosh

Subhra is an alumnus of the renowned Viswa Bharati University in Santiniketan, West Bengal and is now based in Silchar, Assam. She is a teacher by profession and an artist by passion. Her customised hand painted sarees and stoles convey a strong message of love, loyalty, trust and friendship.

 

Subhra puts in at an average, six hours daily into creating magic on pure mulberry silk, satin and crepe silk, all of which she sources directly from weavers. Her sarees have found a niche clientele across the world and are available on order, on her website.

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