Nidhi has completed her bachelor's in fine arts from Amity University and master's in fine arts from UP.
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.
Nidhi‘s artworks are inspired by the natural forms from nature. If one could name each and every existing form in nature, it would have been a different world for natural forms. It is all dependent upon human mind on how they perceive these forms and name them accordingly. Such is the subject of her sculptures with Mehndi. There is no plan and She just likes to go with the flow.
Just the way, there are natural disasters in nature and one cannot control them, same goes with the process of her sculptures. There are multiple accidents that occur during the whole process of completing an artwork but those accidents give a new way to her work and She accept them all just the way we do with nature.
She believes that her sculptures are all about the process, the process where her artwork changes its colors at every single stage. The changing texture at every stage is an interesting aspect for her works. And the changing forms and shapes as She go along with the process makes her enjoy the process even more. Involvement of so many art elements helps her keep her art practice consistent and even more enjoyable.
The pigment she uses to make her artworks has the widest role since it has been inspired from daily life. The medium ‘’Henna (मेहँदी) is extracted from henna plant leaves, converted into paste like form, filled in plastic sheet cones and then it is used to make beautiful patterns on palm on festivals in India. She has always seen her mother using this medium to make beautiful patterns and she also taught her the traditional use of it. Later she discovered making it an important part of her art practice.
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