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Meera's art is inspired by nature, memories of her native 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, her art was a constant source of inspiration. Later, as a stay-at-home-mom, she breathed new life into her art as a second innings of her career. "Mine is definitely a tale of two states (of mind) - my life as an American and my Indian roots. I gravitate toward my subjects due to a connect to the verve and vibrancy of India. Sometimes, issues I feel strongly about take shape on canvas - in an abstract or contemplative form." Through her art, Meera offers her worldview and a narrative of her Indian heritage and culture. Her paintings are routinely juried into prominent exhibits in New Jersey, Westchester (NY), and Fairfield (CT) counties. Whether it’s starting a new painting or teaching, Meera's approach is like an amateur - to work with the same verve, openness, wonder & curiosity of a beginner. 

About Meera Agarwal

Previously a high-tech public relations specialist in Silicon Valley, Meera is now a visual artist and instructor. She volunteers with local non-profits like the Carver Center and Big Picture Foundation (BPF). An Indian cinephile, she volunteers on the Discover Indian Cinema advisory board of the India Cultural Center ( Chennai-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.

RECENT PRESS: - Painters on location coming in September, August 2019

Greenwich Free Press - 50 Fierce Artists make small the New Big, May 2019


Greenwich Time, February 2019

Greenwich Sentinel, February 2019

Greenwich Patch, January 2019

Fairfield County CT it!, January 2019

Unity Magazine - Women's History Month, March 2019

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