Art Created for the Capitol Art Box, this original painting by Chandra is rooted in her style of abstract background in pink, purple and blue which becomes the body of the woman. There is mark making and drips as well as two houses at the bottom of the painting. The roses a symbol of the rose gardens in Sacramento have positive quotes within them. The blue skies showing the peacefulness of the piece. Chandra says," I grew up in sacramento so when I was asked to create some paintings I thought of the rose gardens we would visit and how friendly all the people were in Sacramento." This painting is public art displayed on the electrical box at 12th and Jst, in downtown Sacramento for 3 years. You could be the owner of this beautiful artwork and take part of Sacramento home with you. Medium: Mixed Media Acrylic More About the Artist
Over the past year, Chandra has created many paintings of strong women. She enjoys creating mixed media art because it gives her the freedom to express herself with many mediums. She enjoys journal mounting a release of feelings through words. Her paintings are created through intuition, usually mixed media and abstract featuring a strong woman. Her technique of drag, drip and doodle is seen throughout her backgrounds. Chandra is currently a Capitol Art Box Revival Artist and has been featured in art shows around the Sacramento area over the last 4 years.