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Sheela Becton’s studio of creative visions coming to life.

Sheela Becton was born and raised in India and moved to the US in 1997. She lives in Silver
Spring, Maryland, where she embraces her love for painting. The brushwork in her art
often tells the story of her memories from life and travels in India, showcasing the rich
tapestry of her cultural heritage. Through color, form, and texture she blends the elements of nature and cultural heritage on her canvas and aims to create a space where viewers can reflect on their own connection to the world around them. Her art is an invitation to explore the universal themes of harmony, balance, and interconnectedness that transcend cultural boundaries.

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In a virtual visit to the artist Sheela Becton’s studio located in Maryland. Sheela’s works capture the moments and memories she treasures from her travels in India. These memories serve as her muse guiding her brush to capture the essence of tranquility and balance. Through her paintings, she seeks to evoke a sense of serenity and contemplation. In this interview with the artist Sheela Becton, she shares how she sets her studio for the New Year’s, what a typical day looks like for her, her studio practice, and more.

1. How are you setting up your studio for the New Year?

2. What is one ritual or thing that you do at the beginning of the New Year in your studio?

3. Looking at last year what is the work that you are most proud of?

Divine Mother Earth

4. What does a typical day in the studio look like for you?

Sheela Becton Statement

5. Could you share the studio spaces you work from? Be it your kitchen table or a fancy studio? How has your creative process evolved?

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6. How are you setting up the tone for your studio practice this new year?

 7. A favorite book you like to read?

8. Can we sneak in your current artwork on your table?

Tranquil Grove

9. How do you take your studio practice beyond your studio?

10. How would you describe the year 2023 for your studio practice.

11. How do you overcome a creative block and let the creative juices flow?

Sheela Becton’s Bio

12. The first piece of art you made while working here in this studio.

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