About the Artist
“The best and most beautiful things in life cannot be seen or even
touched. They must be felt with the heart” – Hellen keller
To me, that is Art!
I am a passionate Bharatanatyam dancer and have been fascinated in the expression of my devotion to the art through Abhinaya. This interest in expressing my emotions through dance as an art form has paved my path towards the alchemy of deconstruction and reconstruction, with Chemistry being my major, of various other forms of art for the past 21 years.
Dance has taught me that any sense of direction to my future should come out of my own hands. This reflection contributed to engaging my wishes in sketching. I wanted my strokes to speak in this pursuit with a firm belief that Art breathes life into space. The blending of colours in creating works of art has always fascinated me. This curiosity and fascination led
me to learn the art of painting. My exposure and training in the field of dance and painting has instilled confidence in me to try out many things in life, just like alchemy!
I like all traditional Indian art forms, Tanjore Painting and Kerala Murals being my all-time favourite. Gradually, I realised my love and inclination towards vintage, rustic, wooden, masculine, distressed, shabby chic and ethnic art. I do not restrict myself to a certain style. I
tend to keep a broader horizon and perspective in any subject, as everything around me draws my attention. I take my inspiration from nature… Sometimes soft and subtle, sometimes rustic and grungy…
That’s how my artworks are.
Creativity for me is all about inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes and still having fun (You know, chemistry and alchemy! Deconstruction and Reconstruction). I believe that Life is about finding yourself; Life is about creating yourself.
Be Simple and never say – I give up!!!
Donna Dewberry Certified One Stroke Level 2 Artist from India
Fevicryl Specialist, Karnataka, India
Shades of a woman – an article in honour of the International Women’s Day 2017 posted by Hindustan Trading Company – Fine arts and stationery since 1974.
My Art Journal page recognised by Facebook group Distress Ink Techniques as January 2018 cover page.
Deccan Herald, an Indian newspaper, published an article about me in April 2018.
Participated and displayed my paintings in the Venkatappa Art Gallery, Bangalore, in the Exhibition Utkarsh, conducted by Kalathaana Art Foundation in 2018.
Participated and displayed my paintings in the Prestigious Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, Bangalore, in the Exhibition The Alchemy – Journey beyond, Group Show in 2022.
Social Media Links:
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