Manita has always been inspired by the intricate detail and colorful beauty of nature. It has been a complete therapeutic benefit to her while painting flowers in watercolors. Botanicals always inspire her art and her paintings show natures beauty in all it’s perfection. In her work titled, “Firangipani” and “Morning Glory” she has tried to make them look realistic and create something what one visualizes as she strongly believes that paintings should be about having fun and enjoying the process.
Manita Singh is an accomplished freelance watercolourist from New Delhi, now based out of Mumbai. She has remained a PRT Art Educationist at the Sanskriti School, New Delhi (2001-2003 & 2010 – 2016); Convent of Jesus and Mary School, Ambala Cantt (2005 – 2007) and St. Mary’s School, Pune (2007 – 2010). She is a Gold Medalist, with a BFA from College of Art Chandigarh, Punjab University. She has exhibited various installations for the All India Women’s Conference, Ashoka Hotel, New Delhi (2016); International Film Festival (2015) and the Sanskriti School in New Delhi (2012). She has a vast experience in teaching art to students of various levels including children with learning disabilities.