Go Back To Artists She has a memorable style and surprisingly makes her own glazes, rare among even the most seasoned potters. Each piece is thoughtful, character-driven, and designed to fit in seamlessly with innovative decor.  For Rekha, the quality which appears fundamental in all her creations is life in one or more of its […]


Go Back To Artists It is a confluence of influences – from our modern world and nature to archaic and tribal art, that encourages Nivedita to lend her figures more structure and ultimately set her on the path towards Surrealism, in which she has deconstructed the conventions of perspective that has dominated painting since long. […]


Go Back To Artists Known as a strong-minded character, Mumbai-born Krupa Shah has found fame in advancing colour field techniques by cleverly slipping symbolic still life object like conch into her paintings. Not only did this technique exhibit her considerable artistic skills, it also gives spectators insight into her intellectual, rarified way of living, as […]


Go Back To Artists If any artist can give us aid and comfort, Komal Parmar can with her great splashes of bright colour on huge canvases. They are big and bold, abstract but not empty or clinical, free but orderly, lively but intensely relaxed and peaceful.She is influenced by Abstract Expressionist painting practices, but has […]


Go Back To Artists Aparna’s technique is similar to that of employing tiny juxtaposed dots of multi-coloured paint that allow the viewer’s eye to blend colours optically, rather than having the colours blended on the canvas or pre-blended as a material pigment. She has freed Pointillism from a pseudo-scientific aspiration to capture objectively the effects […]


Go Back To Artists A shy and sometimes reclusive figure, Amrit Khurana did not belong to any particular school, but rather adopted stylistic elements from the individual artists she admires. She approaches portraiture with a more humanistic outlook that encourages the spectator to consider something of the personality of her subject. Amrit’s imagination often remains […]


Go Back To Artists Arpita Bhattacharya was introduced to the world of painting at the tender age of two. Although never formally trained, the inspiration was her mother from whom she learnt the basics of painting. What started off as a mere expression of her thoughts through picture and colours, later became a serious hobby. […]