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Attaining wealth is one of the objectives of a productive life. The pursuit of prosperity involves three cycles: creating wealth, sustaining wealth and increasing wealth – all seamless and interconnected, without beginning or end. The red knot – the mystic knot, or the endless knot, because it looks like it swallows its own tail – here represents the interlocking nature of the wealth cycle … and the koi show us how to bring them all together. I drew this because, today, success and social prestige are measured in proportion to wealth – and the loop that this creates has no beginning or end. The piece depicts gold coins and Chinese metal money – both symbols of wealth creation.
Painting:Acrylic on Canvas
Size:23.6 W x 31.5 H x 0.8 D in
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AnilKumar (AK) is an Indian-British artist who had a passion for art from his childhood. After dabbling in engineering school, he studied Mechanical engineering at Cochin University of Science and Technology and graduated with a bachelor’s degree. He grew his career working for 6 years in different engineering and IT firms both in India and in the UK followed by masters in Management Studies with a specialty in Entrepreneurship and Consulting from Bradford University, School of Management. He rediscovered his love for art in 2012 after finishing his Masters degree and by 2015 he took a career break to follow his passion, and now devotes his full time in art, exploring and developing his creative passions. Thanks to the unique galleries, artists and the old cobbled alleys of London. His artworks include large bold acrylics with resins, watercolour paintings, illustrations using brush pens and markers and miniature artworks which are smaller than a British pounder. He recently published his first book, both written and illustrated by himself - The Bulbs of London: The Chronicles of Orby. He lives with his partner in Royal Tunbridge wells, England.
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