Bula Barua

Siberian Honor, 2012, Mixed-Media on Board, 36 x 24 in.

A Beautiful Storm, 2012, Gouache on Aluminum, 34 x 26 in.

Come Outside!, 2012, Mixed-Media on Canvas, 36 x 24 in.

Lavender in Tuscany, 2012, Mixed-Media on Canvas, 76 x 61 cm.

Poppies in the City, 2012, Mixed-Media on Canvas, 76 x 50 cm.

A Few More Minutes

Mumbai, 2012, Mixed-Media on Canvas, 36 x 24 in.

Girlfriends, 2012, Mixed-Media on Canvas, 30 x 20 in.

The Outsider, 2012, Mixed-Media on Canvas, 36 x 36 in.

Yellow Roses in Venice, 2012, Mixed-Media on Canvas, 50 x 38 cm.

The Flower, 2012, Mixed-Media on Canvas, 36 x 36 in.

Her Secret Escape

Artist Bio

Bula Barua is an Assamese-American visual artist and a well-known published author of short stories and poems. Bula was raised in the USA by immigrant parents from Assam, India and primarily works with acrylics and oils on canvas, paper and aluminum. Her works are included in many private and public collections around the world.

As a young adult, Bula divided her time between performing in plays and musicals, as well as sketching, acrylic painting, writing, and listening to pop music. Her influences, which range from Prince, Tori Amos, Sarah McLaughlan, and Michael Jackson… to the Indian traditions of Lata Mangeshkar, Parveen Sultana, and Ravi Shankar… to the paintings of Van Gogh, Renoir, and Picasso… to 19th Century English literature and popular teenage fiction… to Immigrant Culture, Greek Mythology and Astronomy… eventually inspired her to create a style distinctly her own. Soon, Bula found herself experimenting with a new technique in an effort to gain mass, volume, unity and form. She began to contour her figures with a long brushstroke that followed but did not emphasize the outlines.

Today, Bula works in oils, watercolors, and acrylics, and is particularly noted as a modern surrealist for her ability to express an idea with a minimum of effort and economy of touch. Her subject matter is often the intimate world of a sensitive woman who discovered poetry in the simplest acts and gestures, and her delicate, subtle works have been shown at many official Salons throughout the USA and Europe.

Bula Barua’s Website

One response to “Bula Barua”

  1. Joni says:

    This Art is stunning!

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