83 Oranges® is home to one-of-a-kind intriguing artworks curated by artist Uma Gokhale. The name stands for Uma’s birth year – 83 and birth place – Orange city, New Jersey as she believes an artist’s journey begins the day the artist opens his/her eyes and begins to feel the world around. Later all these experiences are transformed into art that’s unique not unlike how every person’s observations, life experiences and interpretations are unique.
Choose your favorite modern wall art prints & canvas prints and put them together to create a personalized boho wall art gallery that reflects your own unique style. Everything is made to order—and 83 Oranges makes it easy to match your exact taste. Whether you’re looking for abstract art, illustrations or digital art—we’ve truly got something for everyone.
Need more proof? We’ve got everything from maximalist wall art to beautiful original illustrations. Find all the trending wall art styles like modern bohemian, rustic, patterns and more so you can make every room in your home from the bathroom to the bedroom to the kitchen feel uniquely you.
Now, 83 Oranges is so much more than we ever could have imagined. We are featured in Urban Outfitters, Nordstrom, Macy’s, Bed Bath & Beyond + many more stores worldwide.
Art Fit For Modern Bohemian Living
The modern bohemian home tells a story of its individual and complex inhabitant. Modern bohemian living is a lifestyle based on an individual’s conscious efforts to live according to his/her values and beliefs. Uma believes this also includes making a conscious effort to engage all your senses & live every moment to the fullest which is what we aim to promote through our art as well as our approach.
At 83 Oranges, we believe living with intention can help us enjoy life more and be more aware or conscious of sensory cues. It’s about bringing more mindfulness into our every action and in turn, our lives. It’s meant to encourage us to live more in the present moment and to follow what brings us joy, instead of following the crowd.
We’re continually working on becoming kinder to the planet, providing high-quality prints made with sustainability in mind.
Through made-to-order prints, we minimize waste & prevent environmental damage by avoiding overproduction.
We promote authentic exclusively signed art & make sure every art print sold pays the artist fairly.
Our #TheMindGardener Initiative & Collab with The Live Love Laugh Foundation
“I remember having this heartburn with my heart racing endlessly. A throbbing pain in my head & neck made me feel oblivious and directionless. Waking up every morning, doing my daily activities, taking an interest in things, living in the moment with my mind focused on things happening around me, being excited about anything at all was a struggle. I would often think about this concept from the Adam Sandler movie ‘Click’ where he is on autopilot while his life is passing him by. I felt permanently drowsy & exhausted even after having slept all night and often thought of giving up to start all over again with a clean slate.
“I realized I needed to seek professional help, and I was diagnosed with anxiety and panic attacks. These would sometimes lead to migraines.
“The love and support of my family and my love for creating art encouraged me through those frighteningly dark days.
“From a very early age, having seen my mother & brother suffer from Bipolar disorder, I knew the huge negative impact mental illness can have on all aspects of one’s life. Through my own journey to recovery from anxiety, I began to understand the stigma and lack of awareness associated with mental illness and felt like I could and would want to do my bit, no matter how tiny, to help spread awareness and maybe help someone else out there find hope.
“My experience of working through anxiety & panic attacks, has taught me so much. To always be patient, to know that it’s okay to be going through it and that there are others going through the same thing so you’re not alone. And most importantly, that ‘This too shall pass’ and there’s hope for everyone.”
“My journey also led me to connect and collaborate with The Live Love Laugh Foundation, to spread awareness about anxiety and depression; donate a portion of our profits as well as our art to the organization every month and to promote mental health. Do take a look at how they are helping the cause by going through their website at thelivelovelaughfoundation.org
“A degree in physics, 2 kids & 8 years later, I now create art in peace. The feedback I receive from people who feel inspired by my work makes me really happy. They like the generous use and balance of vibrant colors, which is something very expressive and what I focus on the most during my creative process. Colors arouse the most diverse sensations, can sway thinking, change actions and cause reactions. It is always fun when someone shares what they felt after seeing something I created.”