Press Release Ripples of Reflection: Solo art exhibition by Nikita Agarwalmab@min
I trust this email finds you in good health. I am reaching out on behalf of the talented artist, Nikita Agarwal, who is currently hosting an exquisite art exhibition titled “Ripples of Reflection” We firmly believe that this unique show, delving into the journey of the human mind through art, would make a captivating addition to your esteemed publication.
Scheduled from 1st September to 4th September at Open Palm, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, the exhibition will welcome visitors from 11 AM to 7 PM, offering ample time to experience the magic of Nikita’s captivating artwork.
Nikita Agarwal’s paintings beautifully portray the abstract paintings of Varanasi. Through her brush and a vivid use of colours, Nikita has attempted, and so vibrantly, to capture the essence of the sacred city, its spirituality and the interplay of light and shadows, the myriad hues and the dynamic aura along the banks of the Ganges. Her paintings reflect Varanasi as both an old world charm and the spirit of modernity.
I humbly request you to consider featuring “Ripples of Reflection” in your esteemed publication, allowing your readers to connect with the artist’s profound insights.
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Press Release Ripples of Reflection: Solo art exhibition by Nikita Agarwal
Event of the show Ripples of Reflection: Solo art exhibition by Nikita Agarwal
Dates September 2nd – 4th |
Times 11.00am – 7.00pm
Venue Open Palm Court | India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
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The Kolkata-based artist has a degree in business management from MATS university and a diploma in Fashion Designing from NIFT dabbles in producing eclectic mixed media art form pieces on canvas. Most of her work has spirited use of colour, including soft and robust shades.
“Talent is just a pursued interest.” She keenly believes and therefore, has been wholeheartedly pursuing her interest in art since childhood. “I start with sketching on paper and once I’m convinced of my vision I move on to the canvas. I enjoy working with different colour palettes to bring the artwork to life. However, creativity is something that can hit you at any point of time and when that happens, I like to follow my artistic instincts and manoeuvre the final output on canvas.”
A hobby that grew up to become a passion. Nikita is a self-trained and self-taught artist who started her journey way back and has not looked back since then. For her, art is a form of expression and a let out for her emotions. She has mastered the art of various forms of media as of today. Born and brought up in a house nestled between trees laden with Frangipani in Raipur, Nikita currently lives in Kolkata with her husband, two children and lots of brushes that are used copiously in her studio.
“I believe that art is a reflection of who you are and what you believe. My boundless love for nature and a keen eye for capturing details with style is evident in the majority of my works. For instance, while painting a sunset, I visualize and capture the different hues when the sun sets, I see how the different colours of the sky merge and bring them to life on canvas. So, two paintings of mine can never be the same as each are deeply inspired by what I see in and around my surroundings in that current moment!”
When she is not painting, she is engrossed in another of her soul food, Yoga that is.
“It was one of the earliest things about my mother that fascinated me.” She reminisces, “yoga isn’t just a word but an emotion for me. A string that connects me to my fifteen year old self because that’s when I began my journey into its magnificence. Coming to the present, it is both the source of energy and tranquillity that drives my being. Each day, I learn to embrace a better version of myself as I indulge in the mindfulness that comes with yoga.
Running back the memory lane, the artist recalls how she drew more than reading in her textbooks while in school. “Back then, I loved making birthday cards for everyone and how colours were my favourite gifts to receive.”
After exhibiting her artwork in the city of joy, she is ecstatic to hold her first solo exhibition in the capital. Her artworks on display during the first week of September at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, will constitute the abstract paintings on Varanasi. Through her brush and a vivid use of colours, Nikita has attempted, and so vibrantly, to capture the essence of the sacred city, it’s spirituality and the interplay of light and shadows, the myriad hues and the dynamic aura along the banks of the Ganges. Her paintings reflect Varanasi as both an old world charm and the spirit of modernity.