« Feminism » by Srushti Rao - I was intrigued by this representation of feminism, I realized there is infinite ways of illustrating concepts which broadened my own mind as I grew up in a system which taught us a rigid definition for things and any personal interpretation was considered incorrect. I’m grateful for every day I immerse myself in the artists’ mind. Srushti is one of my selection for the exclusive #EmergingArtistAward art feature on @elevisionmedia#Dubai#indianartist#abstract#Feminism#dubaiartist _______________________________________________________
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See? My last smoke. It's bad for the baby.
Life was good.
The sun setting on a sweet summer's day, the smell of freshly mowed lawns, the sounds of children playing-- A house across the river, on the Jersey-side. A beautiful wife and a baby girl.
The American Dream come true.
But dreams have a nasty habit of going bad when you're not looking.
The sun went down with practiced bravado. Twilight crawled across the sky, laden with foreboding.
I didn't like the way the show started. But they had given me the best seat in the house. Front row center
Mine wasn't the most original approach to the problem, it wasn't as if it hadn't all been done before-- An eye for an eye, the first principle of revenge, old as dirt, still going strong.
The cardinal rule in going after someone with an intention to kill was not to make it personal, which it almost always ended up being anyway