Cariappa Annaiah is an eclectic artist and poet, who lived and worked in New England for 22 years before relocating to Greater New Orleans. He holds the designation of Copley artist at the Copley Society of Art, in Boston, the oldest nonprofit art association in America. He is a member of The New England Poetry Club which was founded by Amy Lowell, Robert Frost and Conrad Aiken in 1915.
As a poet, he writes extensively about relationships because he believes that the state of relationships, whether with spouse, kids, siblings, friends, colleagues and most definitely with oneself, determines the depth of personal happiness. The poems are short, and pithy, and attempt to present universal truths in a concise and simple format. A common thread runs through his art and poetry –– they are both universal and personal.
Click here to visit his website, and view the artwork. Canvas, heirloom quality bookmarks by Cariappa Annaiah are available directly from the artist. Please use the contact form at the bottom of the page to request a catalog of bookmarks.
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