Endless Desire

Ritu’s artwork “Endless Desire” depicts that everyone has dreams and they are an endless process.  The dreams in her paintings are about materialistic thoughts through which she developed the concept behind her works. Her artworks take a conceptual and a …

Untitled

Aditi’s artwork depicts the struggle a bird goes through in the in the city of Mumbai. Her paintings portray the natural habitat of a bird being destroyed by the fast and rapid growing metropolitan. The bird is searching for the …

A Reminiscence

Silky’s artwork “A Reminiscence” is the title given to her sculptures of varied sizes of Cows, which have a delightful expression, and the serene ivory white colour holds a significance of calmness and peacefulness, being the nature of the cow. …

A Chapter

Silky expresses that the relating events from life to the built and natural environments around her are a constant non-deliberate process for her. With a prominent change in life, the falling of a leaf was synonymous and the understanding of …

You, Me, Aur Kaa- Series 2, #1

Pinaki works with mixed media and experiments with materials to create a juxtaposition of prints and drawings. He believes that his work is not only about the relationship of the elements he uses, rather a social responsibility towards the people,

You, Me, Aur Kaa- Series 2, #2

Pinaki works with mixed media and experiments with materials to create a juxtaposition of prints and drawings. He believes that his work is not only about the relationship of the elements he uses, rather a social responsibility towards the people,

You, Me, Aur Kaa- Series 2, #3

Pinaki works with mixed media and experiments with materials to create a juxtaposition of prints and drawings. He believes that his work is not only about the relationship of the elements he uses, rather a social responsibility towards the people,

Chauk

Dilip’s painting titled Chauk is normally done for the Warli marriage.

Untitled

The work “Untitled” questions the viewer about cruelty towards animals, who are used for entertainment and to satisfy human needs.

The Farm

Sathya’s artworks are inspired by his appreciation of the colours and diversity of the ocean, natural scenery and his native town Pondicherry. He believes that nature would remain more beautiful if its inhabitants are allowed to live freely and are