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Yin-Yang Series
A beautiful representation of the duality of nature by a skillful 
use of pencil-pen-watercolours on 300 gsm Italian watercolour paper.

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Gallop of Completeness (16x23 inches)(SOLD)

"The direction of life is from Duality to Unity" - Deepak Chopra



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Colour & Monochrome (16x23 inches) (SOLD)

"In each one of us there is another whom we do not know"


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King Serenade (16x23 inches) (SOLD)

"There is nothing good or bad - but thinking makes it so" - Shakespeare


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 Wisdom - Darkness into Light (16x23 inches) (SOLD)

"We do not see things as they are, we see things as we are" - Anais Nin

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Radiance and the bug (23x16 inches) (SOLD)

"Perspective is everything"


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Towering Above (16x23 inches) (SOLD)

"We are the Yin and Yang of the creative process" - Cynthia Weil

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Flamingo Nurture (23x16 inches) (SOLD)

"When we are truly in love, Duality is one"

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 Yin-Yang & Destiny (30x22 inches) (AVAILABLE- Email to inquire)

"In black there is some white, in wrong there is some right, in the dark there is some light" -Abhinyana

 
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Serendipity (16x23 inches) (SOLD)


"Only in love are duality and unity not in conflict" -Rabindranath Tagore

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Dance of creation (23x16 inches) (SOLD)

"Across the plains of consciousness we have to live with the paradox that opposite things can be parellely true" - Ram Dass

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Power and Love (16x23 inches) (SOLD)

"We are not meant to be perfect, we are meant to be whole"

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Phoenix & Dragon (16x23 inches) (SOLD) 

"Love is the recognition of oneness in the world of duality" - Eckhart Tolle

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The Right Fit (23x16 inches) (Donated to DEBRA) 


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Perfect Balance (23x16 inches) (Donated to DEBRA)


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Author: Anuradha Kabra

Anuradha Kabra grew up in the midst of an environment which thrived in art and culture. Her mother (Kamla Kabra) and father (Brijbhushan Kabra) are both well reknowned artists and have always been her inspiration. Long back she experimented with oils and acrylics, but with time realised that her skills were more honed to sketching and watercolours. Having grown up with a deep love and comfort with animals, her works are naturally drawn towards depicting animals. Her deft and confident handling of her pen and her intutive sense of colours led to a range of beautiful artwork.

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