A Penchant for Paintings And Poetry
Rita Jhunjhunwala’s passion for writing inspired her to curate a collection of paintings that are represented by 40 poems penned by her over four decades. Rita Jhunjhunwala’s one-of-a-kind solo exhibition Bheegein Lakerein at the Living Traditional Centre (LTC) in New Delhi put the
Painting Gives Me Peace
Pooja Anant Bajaj proudly presents her debut solo show on wildlife art. MARWAR talks to the artist about her love for wildlife art and nature and her journey in the art world.
Conversations With Paper
Renowned collage artist Uma Sharma from Mathura held the world’s largest paper collage painting exhibition at Jehangir Art Gallery in June.
For The Love Of Art
It was a desire to create art and bridge the gap between artists and buyers that prompted Aradhana Dalmia to start The Artemist, in Kolkata, in 2016.
All Fired Up
Ceramic artist Aditi Saraogi learned to work with porcelain in China, exhibited her work in France and has conducted many a workshop across India since...
It takes talent, artistic fervour, endless patience and labour to master the art of miniature paintings, all of which Gopal Prasad Sharma epitomises.
Carved to Perfection
Padma Shri Arjun Prajapati exemplifies artistic fervour at its most intense. In conversation with MARWAR, the art genius talks about his unwavering passion...
The Ethereal Art of Resin
The vivacious splash of colors, the sleek shine and the ability to engulf one’s feelings are the hallmarks of true resin art. Hailing from Bengaluru, Abhigna Kedia’s passion for a complex medium like resin inspired her to create beguiling pieces of brilliance. For
Shades of an Artist
As we enter artist Charan Sharma’s residence in Mumbai’s Swami Vivekananda Road, we are welcomed by his genial wife, Nimisha Sharma, who as a devoted companion and associate to her husband, handles all aspects of his career, leaving him to concentrate solely on
Art a League Apart
Rajasthan’s miniature paintings are known the world over and Rajasthan is considered one of the main cultural centres where paintings developed and later took various forms. It is said that the Mughals brought the art of miniature paintings from Persia under Humayun, and