Gauri Salunkhe, Illustrator

Gauri, an illustrator graduated from Rachana Sansad College of Applied Art and Craft in June, 2017 with Typography as her elective subject. Art is something which makes her feel content, peaceful and happy. Here she talks about her final year… Continue Reading →

Bharath Singh, Visual Artist

“Becoming a great designer requires high aptitude and an attention to detail that’s hard for others to match”

Tanvi Chunekar, Visual Artist

“Keep doing more and more of what you like and you’ll get good at it”

Rohit Bhasi, Illustrator

“Be inspired and keep your senses open to new experiences which makes for a more grounded and a fertile imagination”

Abhigna Bararia, Visual Artist

“The biggest challenge is breaking through the limitations of skill to create something that induces the picture in one’s mind”

Jayesh Joshi, Visual Artist

“See beyond the picture to really understand why the artwork is how it is”

The .NOW. Exhibit

“In today’s rush, we all think too much — seek too much — want too much — and forget about the joy of just being” – ECKHART TOLLE

Kavita Singh Kale, Illustrator

“Artistic explorations of various kinds are the building blocks of who I am but common people of all kinds inspire my work”

Chandrakant Channe, Artist

This piece is about artist Shri. Chandrakant Channe’s project “Black, Bull etc” which is a visual transformation of Shri Loknath Yashwant’s poem, Bail. The bull has been the inspiring object, as maximum time of the artist’s childhood life has been… Continue Reading →

Girjesh Jaiswar, Illustrator

“Being yourself is the last thing one can have because an original is worth more then a copy”

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