यात्रिक: The Traveller Exhibition Solo Art Show by Alka Bhrushundimab@min
I trust this email finds you in good health. I am reaching out on behalf of the talented artist, Alka Bhrushundi, who is currently hosting an exquisite art exhibition titled “यात्रिक: The Traveller.” 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 9th August to 15th August 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 Alka’s captivating artwork.
Alka Bhrushundi’s paintings beautifully portray the profound concept of the human journey through elevated thoughts, striving to achieve a thought-free state. Her profound understanding of Yoga, Ayurveda, and Reiki is vividly reflected in her artistic representation of Divinity and Spirituality.
I humbly request you to consider featuring “यात्रिक: The Traveller” in your esteemed publication, allowing your readers to connect with the artist’s profound insights and the Yatrik (traveler) within themselves.
Should you require any further information or wish to arrange an interview with the artist, we would be absolutely delighted to assist.
Looking forward to your positive response.
Show Name: यात्रिक: The Traveller solo art exhibition by Alka Bhrushundi
Dates: 9th August to 15th August
Timings: 11 AM to 7 PM
Venue: Open Palm, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road New Delhi
Life as we know is a journey that begins from the moment of birth until we cease to exist. It is a journey that every individual, including you and me, must undertake. While our physical human bodies are the same, our life stories and journeys are unique and distinct. This human journey goes beyond the physical realm; it is a mental voyage of constant growth and evolution of our minds and thoughts.
Where there is a mind, there are thoughts, and it is believed that we have thousands of thoughts in a single day, ranging from positive to negative. Our minds continuously traverse through consciousness, subconsciousness, and unconsciousness. Amidst the labyrinth of positive and negative thoughts, our constant struggle is to find a way out. However, when we focus on elevated thoughts, our minds quieten for a fleeting moment, leading us to a happy state. The more uplifted our minds are, the quieter they become. This cycle takes us closer to the Akasha Tattva, an essential element in our physical world, as it helps us attain a state of ‘Nirvichara’ – thoughtlessness. Achieving this feather-like weightlessness of the mind, through elevated thoughts, allows it to soar towards a blank state, a bright light that some equate with Divinity or the Almighty. Ultimately, isn’t a peaceful, thought-free state of mind what we all yearn for?
While everything in our physical world takes tangible forms, our infinite minds remain intangible. Capturing the essence of the mind on a canvas seems almost impossible. Nevertheless, through her artwork, the artist, Alka Bhrushundi, humbly attempts to represent her own mind and its various facets – the waves of thoughts, the cobwebs, the stream of thoughts, the currents, the storms, and the whirlpool of thoughts!
Alka Bhrushundi, a Delhi-based artist, was raised in Pune, a city known for its rich cultural heritage. Her early interest and talent in the arts were nurtured by a spiritual environment. While she initially explored colors, shapes, lines, and forms through fashion design, it was traditional paintings that truly opened the doors to the magnificent world of art for her.
Alka’s artwork beautifully depicts the Divine through gods and goddesses from Hindu mythology, starting with the aspect of the Divine that has form and attributes (Sagun Sakar). In recent years, she has gone beyond the boundaries of the symbolic and tangible, expressing the formless and attribute-less aspect (Nirgun Nirakar). Her profound knowledge of Yoga, Ayurveda, and Reiki greatly influences her artistic representation of Divinity and Spirituality.
Her earlier solo exhibitions, “Brahmachaitnya: The Cosmos of Consciousness” and “Santulan: The Balance,” captured glimpses of the universe both within and around us, focusing on the balance in nature and the connection between body and mind.
Continuing her journey into the mystical realm of the mind through art, Alka Bhrushundi presents her new series of works: “Yatrik: The Traveller.”
Join the artist on this journey, and she hopes that you will also connect with the Yatrik (traveler) that resides within you!