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Meera's art is inspired by nature, memories of her native, vibrant India and world travels. Largely self-taught, Meera has been painting for three decades. She primarily works with oil, acrylic & mixed media. A three month youth expedition to China with Raleigh International was a turning point in her life, encouraging her to quit her accounting job in Dubai and enter the field of corporate communications in the U.S. Even as she switched gears/countries, her art practice was a source of inspiration and later began pursuing it full-time as a working creative. Meera also volunteers to teach art in a local enrichment program for underserved teens, conducts workshops and teaches painting in local after-school programs.
"Mine is definitely a tale of two states (of mind) - my life as an American and my Indian roots. Influenced by all life experiences, I paint as a response to a spontaneous reaction, an emotion or sheer beauty of a subject, and that's reflected in my choice of diverse subjects, styles, 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.
Meera's paintings are routinely juried into prominent exhibits in the tri-state area. Her paintings are in home collections globally spanning the US, Canada, India, the U.K. and Australia. Whether it’s starting a new painting or teaching, Meera believes in approaching it with the same openness, excitement & curiosity of a beginner.
About Meera Agarwal
Previously a tech public relations specialist in the Silicon Valley, Meera is pursuing a second career as an artist and art instructor. She volunteers with many local non-profits - Port Chester Carver Center, Rye Arts Center & India cultural center. Chennai (India)-born Meera holds a Bachelors in Management Studies from the Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS), Pilani, India, and a Masters in Corporate & Public Communications from Seton Hall University, New Jersey.
Byline article for Seema Magazine, Jan 19, 2021
The Art of Kolam (Images at the end of the list)
Seema Magazine - July 2020
Paintings Featured - Sisterhood and Solidarity
Seema Magazine - June 2020
Art Featured - Enough! (By Meera Agarwal for BLM)
RyemarkableMoms - March 2020
MyRye.com - Painters on location coming in September, August 2019
Discover beauty of small at ‘Inside Small’ exhibit in Cos Cob 2019
Greenwich Free Press - 50 Fierce Artists make small the New Big, May 2019
Unity Magazine - Women's History Month, March 2019
Reverent Tableaux of Landscapes & Traditions - Featured Artist
(See images at the end of this list)
Patch Greenwich, CT
Greenwich Sentinel, February 2019
Greenwich Time, February 2019
Greenwich Patch, January 2019
Rye Patch - Fall Fantasy at The Ferguson Library (Stamford Art Association)
SOLO EXHIBIT - KALEIDOSCOPE