ALCOHOL INK PAINTINGS EXHIBITED
AT UNBOUND ABSTRACT ART EXHIBITION,
JAIPUR, JAN 2021
HEXAGON SHAPED ALCOHOL INK ART PAPER LAUNCHED IN COLLABORATION WITH NARA PAPERS
Nara Papers is one of the best brands of alcohol ink art paper chosen by artists all over the world. It comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. I collaborated with Nara Papers to launch a new shape of paper designed for alcohol inks. The package displays my picture and introduction. The paper was very well received by the customers and art on this paper could be found in Instagram with #narahexa.
CONDUCTED A SERIES OF ONLINE ALCOHOL INK ART WORKSHOPS IN COLLABORATION WITH POLINA FROM RUSSIA
Alcohol ink art workshops are becoming very popular and people from all over the world want to learn different styles and techniques of working with the inks. I collaborated with a Russain artist Polina (she runs Mone & Mane Art Studio in Moscow).
Together, we taught floral art techniques and ripples techniques using alcohol inks. The workshops were received very well and were sold out within a few hours of announcing.
CONDUCTED ONLINE ALCOHOL INK ART WORKSHOP WITH KIMBERLY DEENE LANGLOIS
Kimberly is a US-based alcohol ink artist with her unique style of creating flowers. Together we conducted an advanced level workshop where we taught various ways of making flowers using alcohol inks. The reviews received for the workshop were outstanding and all the participants enjoyed learning the techniques.
SHOWCASED AS "FEATURED ARTIST"
Featured in Artist Spotlight by The Crimson Canvas (A community of artists)
Featured in Humans of Jaipur City (An Instagram/Facebook community)
Featured Artist by Rajasthan Studio (A community of artists and creative professionals)
Featured Artist by Beyond Inks (A growing Indian brand of alcohol inks)
Featured Artist by Creatis (An open textile platform)
Featured Artist by RealShePower (A digital magazine)
Featured Artist by Jaipur Tribe (A coworking space in Jaipur)
ALCOHOL INK PAINTING GOT AWARDED
15 AUGUST 2020
My painting was shortlisted and selected as the winner of the "Uniquely Indian" art challenge hosted by The Crimson Canvas on Instagram on Independence Day. The theme was to depict something which is Indian in your own way. Hundreds of artists on Instagram participated in the contest.
"We were pleasantly surprised at how the artist captured something as simple as the Dupatta, a quintessential Indian garb that is often lost in the background, using her own unique style involving Alcohol Inks."
- The Crimson Canvas
ALCOHOL INK PAINTINGS EXHIBITED
AT ARTISTS GALORE EXHIBITION,
JAIPUR, MARCH 2020
I displayed my alcohol ink paintings at Artists Galore - II, organized by Hops n Taters and co-sponsored by Kalaneri Art Gallery and Academy of Fine Arts. The vibrant paintings attracted all the visitors and everybody wanted to know more about how this art is done.
PAINTINGS DISPLAYED AT RETH FESTIVAL, JAISALMER, JAN 2020
My Rajasthan themed watercolour paintings were chosen to be displayed at "Reth Festival" held at Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. It was a creative, residential festival attended by some of the prominent artists from all over the state and the country. The festival was organized by CultureClan.
PAINTINGS AT TOTT, JAIPUR
Alcohol ink paintings bring style and vibrancy to interiors. The colors flow and blend to create unique patterns that are delightful to look at.
These 15 x 15 inch alcohol ink paintings are displayed at Talk of the Town, newly opened restaurant at Raja Park, Jaipur.
WALL PAINTING AT CENTRAL PARK, JAIPUR DEC 2019
Spreading the message of the importance of saving the bees by painting a wall canvas at Central Park, Jaipur.
This Own Your Park initiative was organized by Contree and WeInfinityIndia, powered by Jaipur Development Authority.
Visit Central Park from Gate No. 1 and take a right turn to view the paintings by all the artists.
ANUGOONJ (JAIPUR, DEC 2019)
Getting rewarded for the Best Work at Watercolour Workshop at Anugoonj 2019, the 10th Annual International Show organized by Kalakriti Foundation and powered by Incredible India, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India.
In the photo: Mr. Prashant K. Sarkar, Mr. Pradeep Chandra, Mr. Shakir Ali, Mr. Anurag Mehta
PARINDE (JAIPUR, DEC 2019)
Watercolour paintings displayed at Parinde, an all India group art exhibition organized by Dhora International Art Society.
In the photo: Dr. Vidhya Sagar Upadhyaya, the guest of honour.