This painting has a deep connection to the pandemic. The artist says, “People are scared, worried and missing their loved ones. It has changed everyone’s lives all across the world. The restrictions and way of life has changed since COVID-19 has arrived. This is why the painting is called ‘The light of Hope’ and its content presents a 'hope' of everyone coming through this difficult time and a ray of light to endeavour”. The 100 languages signify ‘unity in diversity. It defines the essence of ‘oneness’ of mankind.
Medium: Acrylic on canvas.
Dimensions: 91.4cm x 60.9 cm.
Estimate: £200 - £400.
About the artist:
Sonia has been involved in many creative projects. Festival of Manchester, Manchester Day Parade, Diwali Dashera & Manchester Mega Mela. Her aim is to contribute to personal and social development, and help people feel better and healthier. Her community participation is and will build on our core values and promote the role of diverse culture that plays at the heart of city life.