THOUGHTS ON PAINTING
Abstract in nature, the Trees Painting puts the viewer in the perspective of a person standing in the midst of a sprawling and expansive forest, looking at the conglomerate of trees and their unique foliage that is on display. Along the bottom of the painting is the bed of the forest, thick with foliage and grass and dirt of different hues making up a mostly tan natural feature. The leaves and trunks of the trees that make up the focal point of the painting are made up of browns, forest greens, light greens and even hints of beautiful pink.
GETTING TO KNOW A. ROY
A. Roy takes his inspiration from artists all across the board, bringing in little bits and pieces of what he loves about each one and incorporating them into each of his works. Born in Bengal, Krishnagar, Roy has moved a lot throughout his life and has taken his cues from the colors, the landscapes and the life that he has witnessed throughout his journeys. This becomes evident when you look at his natural scenes full of serene waters, sprawling mountaintops, pleasant forests and tranquil fields.