FOUR

9th October 2015, Friday-15th October 2015, Thursday

For the period of one week, Gyaan Adab flourished to life with FOUR- an eclectic collection of four new artists. The Centre’s walls were be adorned by four talented artists, who have been indulging in one form of painting or another since the past few years. These were Geeta Rajput, Samarin Sayed, Shriparna Sarkar and Sneha Potdar.

About the artists

  • Geeta started dabbling with water colours alongside her father at an early age, which created an interest that refused to deplete.
  • Currently working as a Visual Art teacher at an IB school, Samarin’s paintings are an interplay of the subconscious and conscious. Ever since she was a child, her mother's paintings were her windows into luscious nature and she was the one who introduced her to the word 'abstract'.
  • A graphic designer by profession, Shriparna’s work presented here is both personal and exploratory in nature, and has been composed over a period of nearly seven years.
  • Sneha’s tryst with art began since her school days as she began creating, appreciating, exploring, absorbing & learning through painting.

See the video narration here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2qGsHZb5xg

...Aaaand we inaugurate FOUR!

...Aaaand we inaugurate FOUR!

Geeta Rajput

Geeta Rajput began dabbling with water colours alongside her father at an early age, which created an interest which refused to deplete. It anchored inside and created a bond with colors. Colorplay, she believes, is the highlight of her work.

 

For Samarin Sayed, painting is like a play she engages in- like a meditation practice. Ever since she was a child, her mother's paintings were her windows into luscious nature and she was the one who introduced her to the word 'abstract'. Currently, working as a Visual Art teacher at an IB school, she uses tools such as brushes, knives, bamboo pen or charcoal.

For Samarin Sayed, painting is like a play she engages in- like a meditation practice. Ever since she was a child, her mother's paintings were her windows into luscious nature and she was the one who introduced her to the word 'abstract'. Currently, working as a Visual Art teacher at an IB school, she uses tools such as brushes, knives, bamboo pen or charcoal.

A graphic designer by profession, Shriparna Sarkar's work has been composed over a period of nearly 7 years. It is both personal and exploratory in nature, in terms of theme, intent and the mediums used.

A graphic designer by profession, Shriparna Sarkar's work has been composed over a period of nearly 7 years. It is both personal and exploratory in nature, in terms of theme, intent and the mediums used.

Creating, appreciating, exploring, absorbing & learning through painting is what Sneha Potdar does best. Her quest for art had begun since her school days. The natural world continues to be her great inspiration, and gets reflected in her paintings. Sneha plays with acrylic and enjoys painting on canvas, among other mediums.

Creating, appreciating, exploring, absorbing & learning through painting is what Sneha Potdar does best. Her quest for art had begun since her school days. The natural world continues to be her great inspiration, and gets reflected in her paintings. Sneha plays with acrylic and enjoys painting on canvas, among other mediums.

Sneha's work

Sneha's work

Geeta's work

Geeta's work

Samarin's work

Samarin's work

Shriparna's work

Shriparna's work