Named after the artist’s father’s home town in Rajasthan, India. With its elegant Rajput-era palaces and a history that has barely scratched its way to the surface, Udaipur is sometimes called “The Venice of the East."
For this collection, the artist used wood siding reclaimed from white barns across the United States. Each piece is chosen to perfectly complement the work of art. The inks are UV-cured, containing no environmentally harmful solvents.