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"Lockdown" (2021) by Onkar Lele

One of the hardest things I feel in art sometimes is to capture the attention of our sensory addicted and easily distracted eye with a work that at its core is quite minimal. With this piece, I feel digital artist and photographer Onkar Lele achieves just that with this piece. Labeled Lockdown it illustrates a scene we’re all too familiar with these past years, an image we might easily connect with loneliness and isolation, but by the simple juxtaposition of light, color and shadow delivers a poignant message of hope. Perhaps, even in our darkest and bluest moments, we can find some tenderness.

Lockdown by Onkar Lele


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