Hope and Faith in What Will Be
The pandemic has made my resolve to help people find the wonder in all of creation through my artistic lens even stronger. The piece depicted here, Hope, was completed as the pandemic progressed. The message, in the words of Buddha, is to accept what is, let go of what was, and have hope and faith in what will be.
Copyright © 2021 Hetal Mistry
Hetal Mistry is an accomplished artist in Princeton, New Jersey. Her keen eye for detail and love of nature’s abstraction has culminated in a unique style using jewel tones. Pigments have a life of their own when they interact with each other and form the surrealistic, vibrant backgrounds of her work. From these abstract frameworks she fleshes out her diverse subject matter using various media.
Mistry has had the opportunity to create her renditions of some of the historical sites in Princeton, including The Miller Chapel. Her solo exhibits at Erdman Art Gallery at Princeton Theological Seminary and Lambertville have been well received by the media. She has also exhibited at the Artexpo in New York and internationally in India.
Hetal’s prayer is that by capturing a ripple in the time one may realize that the world around us is the real masterpiece.