Henna (Mahendi), 9cm x 9cm x 3.5cm, 2020
Medium - Mixed media in paper, Size - 9in x 6in, Year - 2019
Solidified Henna/ Mehndi , 9 cm , 2020
Solidified Henna/ Mehndi , 6 cm x 6.5 cm x 10.5 cm, 30 gm , 2021
Size-44in X 36in, Medium-acrylic on canvas, Year-2021
Size-16in X 11in, Medium-woodcut on paper
Medium-Mix Media on Paper, Size-18in x 24in, Year-2018
Medium - woodcut on paper, Size - 20cm x 30cm, Year - 2017
Solidified Henna/ Mehndi , 2.5cm x 15cm x 13cm , 2021
Size-18 X 24, Medium-woodcut on paper
Arpita's journey began at Kala Bhavan, Santiniketan as an undergraduate student and moved to Baroda to pursue her Masters and the change of locale broadened her creative outlook.
Govind Vishwas's works explore the natural phenomenon and their impacts on the physical environment. Growth and transformation are ingrained within the very structures of these natural occur
Chhering explores portraits for their ability to express multi-layered meanings. Personal stories can be mulled upon through the character’s visage.
Priyanka is interested in the intersections and relationships of facts and make-beliefs.
Himmat observes the frescos depicting various mythological stories through pictorial language.
Objects that are in the surroundings and are part of his daily life. Sometimes moments of thought coming across the minds or certain awareness experiences leave him inspired to present them
He is Vadodara based artist and works with handmade paper pulps and various textures.
Vasudha Bakshi is an abstract expressionist. a literature graduate, she is interested in expressing that which lies beyond the scope of language.
Shachi got her Diploma in Painting from C.N. Collage of Fine Arts, Ahmedabad in 2010 and Post-diploma in Print-making from M.S.U. Faculty of Fine Arts, Baroda, 2013.
Suvendu did his MFA in painting from Visva Bharati University, Kalabhavana, 2020. Has been a part of many group and solo shows.
Mansi’s practice resolves around the concept and idea of change. Which she has tried to show through her process. Mark making has played a vital role in her entire process.
Akshata’s passion for painting landscapes and observational drawings around nature found expression in the medium of Tapestry weaving, which she calls painting with yarn.
Imran plays around the thread that divides surrealism and humour. Often his mind would wander around things that otherwise wouldn’t tune together.
The formless phenomena of thoughts, ideas and feelings that Sarika experience inher life are clarified through her practice in printmaking.
The subject matter of Lajja’s works deals with Phallus and Vagina, also known as Ling and Yoni in Hinduism, respectively.
Sheena’s works are a collage of impasto doodles, dots, scribbles, scratches and occasional biomorphic forms that float on an atmospheric background.
Avni’s artistic practice takes inspiration from subconscious moments and beliefs prevalent in Indian culture, rituals, habits, behaviours, and memories
Nidhi's artworks are inspired by the natural forms from nature. It is all dependent upon human mind on how they perceive these forms and name them accordingly.
Krupali bases her practice on reproducing images that draw out the muted landscapes from constantly increasing urban societies. Her preferred choice of mediums is watercolour and pigment.
We are bound to question the ascending demand and interest in the tribal arts, because if they were meant to sustain away from urban settlements, how did they come into the picture?
The name ‘Hissa’ which literally means ‘part’, resonates with the idea of our initiative: be a part of (art). Hissa (हिस्सा) is an art initiative that seeks to create, collaborate and connect with emerging artists thereby becoming a catalyst for initiating a lively and supportive ecosystem that can cater to artistic expressions and lead their work to a broader audience of potential art collectors and enthusiasts.
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