My interest in art started from those early beginnings. I was happy with my creations. I started painting and decorating all kinds of household objects, from drinking glasses to curtain valences. My family and friends were impressed with what I did, and gave me encouragement and opportunities to continue pursuing my interest.
After college, I continued my interest in art by taking courses in Embrart show at this time in Bombay, where I showed paintings, embroidery, sculpture, and decorated textiles.
It seems like yesterday I was a young girl grew up with folk art around me watching my mother, aunts, and cousins putting henna on their hands in the summer heat of Rajasthan, India. More than an art form, the application of henna was a social event for the women in a family. I remember spending hours learning how to create the intricate designs on my own hands.
I was fascinated with the folk art of Mandana (floor temporary art). Watched my grandmother painting with wet white chalk or rice flour on red dried mud floor. There was no brush only one torn piece of fabric dipped in solution became the brush between her fingers and flowers , vines started to flow from her fingers. I watched from the window with out making any sound floor become alive with beautiful designs all in white. I try to capture her spirit in my art work.
Art show, Exhibitions Invitational show
I hope to continue making art, gaining personal insight and expertise thru the process of creation.
Try to widen my artistic horizons to include new experiences by participating art show exhibition juried show or the crtique from other professionals
I am experiencing and sharing the joy by creating art.
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