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“My paintings are inspired by places, people and their unique stories. I’m equally inspired by nature and everyday marvels of colors, textures and light effects that we experience. My story is definitely a tale of two states (of mind) - my life as an American and my Indian roots. I paint as a response to a spontaneous feeling or sheer beauty of a subject, and that is reflected in my choice of diverse subjects, style, techniques and composition. Invariably some paintings tend to have a connection to the verve and vibrancy of India. With my art, I aim to evoke an emotion, a memory, strike any chord or just intrigue the viewer.

Through my abstract and representational paintings, I strive to evoke an emotional and introspective experience for viewers. Each brushstroke and color choice is an expression of my inner world, translating intangible thoughts and emotions into tangible visual forms.

In my abstract works, I explore the interplay of shapes, lines, and textures to create a sense of movement and depth. These pieces invite viewers to embark on a personal journey, where they can discover their own interpretations and connections. I embrace the freedom of abstraction, allowing the intuitive process to guide me, and embracing the unexpected as a catalyst for creativity.

In contrast, my representational paintings capture the essence of tangible subjects, be it landscapes, still life, or human figures. Through meticulous observation and deliberate composition, I seek to convey the beauty and intricacies of the world around us. Every stroke and color choice is intentional, aiming to ignite a sense of familiarity and connection in the viewer.

My work is a reflection of the duality inherent in our existence—the interplay between the tangible and the intangible, the known and the unknown. It is an exploration of the multifaceted nature of human experience, inviting viewers to pause, reflect, and find their own narratives within the layers of each piece.

Ultimately, my goal is to create a visual language that transcends words and resonates with the viewer's emotions, memories, and imagination. I hope my paintings serve as a catalyst for introspection, allowing individuals to find solace, inspiration, and a renewed sense of wonder in the interplay of abstraction and representation." - Meera Agarwal



Greenwich Arts Council's 26th Art to the Avenue

Burton Young Spa

May 4 - May 29th, 2023
43 Greenwich Ave
Greenwich, CT 
14 abstract paintings on view (CLICK FOR PRICES)

Stamford Art Association

Black, white & shades of gray (Juried Show)

May 18 - June 22, 2023
39 Franklin Ave
Stamford, CT 
Juror: Ashley Ouderkirk, art writer, artist advisor, independent curator (NY & LA)


The Art Issue

March 2022


New Rochelle Art Association (NY) 105th Juried Show Award in acrylic/oil category, 2020

Curator's Best-in-Show, InsideSmall (NJ) for abstract "Finding Chartruese in Gray Skies" 2019

Stamford Art Association (CT) Award for oil painting "Fall for Marshlands" 2018


I'm a certified Art-o-Mat artist for their art vending machines.

Theme of my paintings: Travel the World with Meera's WorldArt

You-tube video: How to be an Art-o-Mat artist

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