12 Reasons I Love Working With Children

I recently hosted a sold out 2-day arty kids Easter activity workshop in association with VR Bengaluru called ‘Easter Eggstravaganza’. Activities included Egg Bunting, Pin the Bunny’s Tail, Egg Painting & Easter Egg Hunt along with a massively popular photo booth and bunny kissing booth. In addition, I collaborated with Muji to conduct in-store Easter […]

Public Art At VR Bengaluru on World Art Day 2018

VR Bengaluru commissioned me to conceptualise a temporary site-specific live public art installation titled ‘Art, I Love You’ on the occasion of World Art Day 2018. This international event led by IAA-UNESCO takes place on April 15th, Leonardo Da Vinci’s birthday, and celebrates fine arts and promotes awareness of creative activity worldwide.   So what […]

4 Big Reasons To Attend Student Art Shows

When I went to art school, I was just having fun. I realised that was the last chance I had, and then I would have to get a job. – John Baldessari I don’t want to sound as bleak as Baldessari so I’m going to focus on the fun parts. 1. One of my biggest […]

We Are All Connected By Love Indeed

Virtuous Retail commissioned me this year to create a work of interactive art as part of their annual public art festival, Whitefield Art Collective 2018. As an artist, I’ve always felt it’s important to me that my art is not only exhibited in the context of the art world, but is also seen and experienced […]

Draw Like A Child

Many of the century’s greatest artists – Kandinsky, Klee, Matisse, Picasso, Miró and Dubuffet – had sizeable collections of artwork by children. They studied and imitated the spontaneous and wilful distortions of children’s pictures as though, like dreams, they offered a royal road to the unconscious. Consequently, modern art was often – and still is […]