The storm outside the bottle is an oil painting by artist Anup Gomay whose central motif could be interpreted as hope. Artist may have taken the inspiration from the British adverb 'Storm In a Teacup', which slightly matches the title of the painting. It is an English adverb that means a small event that has been exaggerated out of proportion. Such is the subject and portrayal of the painting that has been canvased. There are several houses inside a bottle that seem like the architecture inspiration has been taken from Europe. The cider colour buildings are safe from the tempest that has been storming outside. There are two sandstone-coloured trees inside the bottle that represents hope and dream.
Three children are enjoying themselves as being unaffected by the storm that is culminating. One child is using a telescope to watch a kite flying in the sky. While the other two children are watching the blue sky. There is one man stuck in the heavy storm who has a cupcake liner instead of a boat yet he remains standing in the whirlwind. Despite the absurd depiction dispensed on the canvas, the painting symbolizes hope and optimism as the idiom hinders the exaggerated event or the emblem on the canvas is too strong. The precariousness and curiosity of this oil painting leave room for interpretation.
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