Unveiling the Artistry: Madhuri Bhaduri – A Contemporary Artist in India

Introduction: In the vibrant and ever-evolving landscape of Indian art, one name that stands out is Madhuri Bhaduri. A beacon of creativity, her work transcends boundaries and captures the essence of contemporary art in India. In this blog, we delve into the life, inspiration, and artistic journey of Madhuri Bhaduri, a prominent figure in the […]

Main issues that Indian artists have to face

Becoming a successful artist is almost like a lottery in which you work for years just to get a ticket. Those who reach the rarefied world of echoing galleries and champagne receptions typically arrive there after long periods of insecurity and struggleful soul-searching. The intermediate world of aspiring artists is crowded, chaotic, and generally ignored, […]

Contemporary Indian art stand in today’s global art scene

Indian artists are being actively collected by international museums, and exhibited in challenging modes within the biennial circuit. Moreover, there are more examples of collaborative projects between arts organisations here and international cultural institutions, so there is a more sustained exchange. The future of Indian art seems very promising to me although one hasn’t seen […]

Importance of formal art education and training for a successful career in art

Formal art education improves technical skills and provides an opportunity to explore various mediums, styles, techniques, and materials. Artists of all skill levels and ages need education to learn and cultivate their talent. Whether you gain it in a formal setting or you’re a self-taught artist, education is essential. Formal art education can be helpful, […]

Social profiling and engagement for an artist in today’s networked world

In the past few years, most of the Y generation art collectors have moved to online buying. Beyond traditional means of communication, social media allows you to communicate with your followers. People can inquire about an art work, you can brief them on the spot and it’s sold. The social media boom means artists no […]

My studio & home

My studio and my home are both extensions of me, I don’t really separate them from one another. I have my workspace at home and I generally isolate my works once they are ready in the studio as it makes it easier for me to manage. The studio is actually where I view my works […]

Life and work balance

Life and work balance has never been an issue for me as I prioritise my life into areas that are important to me. What is it that I really require for my mind, body and soul? For my body to function well I need to eat well, keep fit and exercise. For my life to […]

Approach and technique

My work is an extension of me. It  describes the person I am, in the strokes, textures, colours or the subject I choose. I begin with the subject, then my inner voice takes over to release and transform the emotions through the choice of colour, texture, form, composition and treatment on the paintings and other […]

Main driving force

My driving force is small targets which I set for myself every morning and accomplish them in the day. Energy multiplies if used properly. It is about being productive and maintaining the regime for the day including my art artwork and physical workout as a daily routine. I love painting as well exercising – they […]

Empowerment & Success

Diversity and inclusion empower creativity, I would not be the person I am today if it were not for the experiences and opportunities along the way. The people I came across fostered my enjoyment of the pursuit of my potential, and I want to do the same for others around me. I enjoy sharing the lessons […]