Tag: Indian Artists

Nayanika Vyas – Following the Dancing Dream One Step at a Time!

Nayanika wants to play her part in changing perceptions and opening up avenues for youngsters to pursue different dance forms with passion and confidence.

Dashmeet Singh – Experiencing Life through the Eyes of Comic Strips Artist

Dashmeet Singh from Delhi, who considers it his aim through art to capture and keep alive the spirit and innocence of childhood through his works.

Resonance – An Indian Band for the New Decade

Resonance as a band is different because of their unique take on the iconic songs they cover. The songs that they usually cover are iconic, already having a substantial fanbase following the particular band or artist.

Metal Crafts of India – A Malleable Mélange

There are various uses of metal. But when it comes to recognizing metal arts, there are a few distinct centers in India that are known for their regional metal crafts. 

Madhuri Kathe – The Abstract, Mysterious & Enigmatic Artist

Madhuri Kathe has been known for the emphasis that her artworks are not premeditated, but are random and inspired combinations and play of colours. She has previously stated that her works are reflective of an unconscious deep rooted philosophy.

Stuti Bajaj – Communicating with Designs!

Young artist, Stuti Bajaj is a communication designer for whom the only constant in her journey so far has been the ‘love for art’.

Studio Joyeeta – Art that Spreads Joy, Hope and Love

Joyeeta Bose, A young artist with a mind of her own, Joyeeta has been professionally painting since her college days; however, the artist within her has been around for long. 

Meet Sneha Suresh – A visual Communicator & Entrepreneur

We spoke with Sneha about her latest projects, the need for preserving our heritage, her own brand and much more.

Agrima Kaji – An Illustrator Who Sees Women for What They Are!

In conversation with Agrima Kaji, about her passion for art, her interest in women from different regions and fields and her acumen in creating petite, yet powerful mini-series.

Prajne – Ancient Artifacts Get a New Life

”Prajne” which means consciousness in Kannada is to pay a heartfelt tribute to the old age artifacts of ancient India. Let’s check out her story which inspired her to begin with the project.

Raja Ravi Varma’s Career in Two Paintings

Raja Ravi Varma was a rare master of European techniques and Indian sensibilities. It’s common to see painters from his era, trained in the European style

Is Amrita Sher-Gil Really the “Frida Kahlo of India”?

It can be easily said that the two personalities were ahead of their times, both as women and as artists. It can also be said that Amrita Sher-gil wouldn't have liked the “Frida Kahlo of India”

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