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Meera's art is inspired by nature, memories of her native, vibrant India and travels. Largely self-taught, Meera has been painting for three decades and also teaches painting. 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, she continued painting. Later, as a stay-at-home-mom, she began pursuing art as a working creative. 

"Mine is definitely a tale of two states (of mind) - my life as an American and my Indian roots. I’m influenced by all that I experience, unafraid, I pretty much 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, style, technique and composition. Invariably some paintings tend to have a connect to the verve and vibrancy of India. My hope is that my paintings evoke an emotion, a memory, strikes any chord or just intrigues the viewer, and my India-inspired art offers a narrative of my Indian heritage and culture."


Meera's paintings are routinely juried into prominent exhibits in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut. 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 instructor. She volunteers with many local non-profits - Port Chester Carver Center, Rye Arts Center in NY, and Big Picture Foundation in CT. An Indian cinephile, she volunteers on the Discover Indian Cinema advisory board of the India Cultural Center (NY & CT). 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.



Seema Weekly - Oct. 25, 2020

The Art of Kolam (Images at the end of the list)

Seema Magazine - July 2020 

South Asian Art for Black Lives Matter

Paintings Featured - Sisterhood and Solidarity 

Seema Magazine  - June 2020

As we celebrate Pride, Let's commit to being better humans  - By Seema Kumar

Art Featured - Enough! (By Meera Agarwal for BLM)

RyemarkableMoms - March 2020

Women's History Month - Local Artist Feature

2019 - Painters on location coming in September, August 2019

Rye Arts Center Artist Feature - Plein Air (Painters on Location) - September 2019

Rye, NY - Painters on Location - August 2019

Meera Agarwal at Lilly Pulitzer - May 2019

Arts Westchester

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)


Greenwich Arts Society's 102nd Annual Juried Exhibit

Arts Westchester

Greenwich's First Indian Contemporary Art Exhibit

Junctures & Constellations Bendheim Gallery Opening - Feb 2019

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)

Rye Hamlet Hub - Small Works Exhibit & Fundraiser


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