Painting: The guard

The Guard

Oil Painting by Monica Ingudam
Canvas 11 by 14 inches , painted in Nov 2021

Inspiration: This is a painting inspired by a beautiful statue at Govinda temple in my birthplace at Imphal, Manipur, India. As a child I was very fascinated by this beautiful statue guarding the entrance of the main temple. It has always brought out the inner child in me and a big happy smile to many.


Original Available, make it yours.

Exhibition: Selected for Rockville Art League Juried Members’ Winter Show judged by Christine Lashley (Dec 5 2021 – January 14 2022) at Glenview Mansion Art Gallery, 603 Edmonston Dr. Rockville, Maryland, USA

The guard
I paint my feelings and emotions. Every brush stroke takes me closer towards love, peace and healing. It has always left me empowered. I want to share these feelings with you. I have pledged all funds from my Art to giving back to the society and have funded for palliative care, education, covid relief and gratitude projects. Currently I am raising funds for the Library of Manipur, education and gratitude project.

About Monica Ingudam Born and raised with conflict background, lack of freedom in Manipur (India), based in Maryland (USA), patent holder for identifying Caller ID, with Computer Science Engineering background, you will find her innovating Healthcare solutions as a Senior Product Analyst. With the vision to spread love and peace, you will find her hosting FindingYourself personal growth workshops for high achievers and talk-show at FindingTheVoices during the weekends to inspire, empower and educate. She loves painting and her art is created with lots of love and healing energy. She has pledged funds from her Art to giving back to the society. She has successfully supported Palliative Care , education for children and currently raising funds for 1001Thagatchari gratitude project of Manipur , COVID19 in Manipur. Do consider supporting her by getting her paintings and products made from her art.

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