Purple Acrylic Paintings(22 items)
Welcome to the Purple Acrylic Painting Gallery at NOVICA.
Preeti Gupta Original paintings
"Painting gives me a lot of satisfaction as well as the freedom to express myself."
"I have always been keen for drawing, painting and art since childhood. Although I received a masters degree in English literature, painting... read more
Popular Purple Acrylic Paintings
Hands in the Sky Signed Surrealist Painting from Thailand, "Blessed Sky"
Descending from the clouds, two otherworldly hands grace a purple and pink sky. Thailand's Rawat Vongla paints this surrealist composition for a dreamlike addition to any home. Says the artist, "Our life has happiness and sadness. They come and go, but God stays with us all the time. We can feel that God spreads blessings from the sky to our lives."
Thai Painting of Purple Sukhothai Buddha with Butterflies, "Buddha Image in Purple"
Butterflies flutter around the serene image of Buddha in purple hues - the color of spirituality and mysticism. Tanachai Ekuruchaitep works with acrylics to honor the great spiritual teacher through his art. The Thai artist is inspired by the portrayal of Buddha during the Sukhothai period (1238 to 1583), which was influenced by Sri Lankan monks. The Buddha images of this era featured such distinguishing characteristics as a flame over the head which itself was covered with finely curled hair. The oval face has high curving eyebrows, a hooked nose, a downward gaze, and a gentle smiling expression.
Portrait of Ghanaian Market Women in Purple, "Hawkers"$209.99
Walking side by side, itinerant saleswomen gracefully balance basins on their heads as they stride purposefully toward the market. Derrick Okanta depicts the pair in deep, rich colors as they enjoy a morning conversation. Everyday scenes in Ghana are the source of his inspiration.
Original Abstract Acrylic Painting from Ghanaian Artist, "Reflection from the Coast"
In an unusual diversion from his signature style, Ghanaian artist Nii Teiko Aryeetey presents this intriguing abstract work. The forms represent the disrupted reflections of coconut palm trees and surf, rendered in moody shades of black, rose, and umber.