“Wave of feelings”, a solo exhibition of  Terracotta sculptures by AArti Gupta Bhadauria at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath

“Wave of feelings”, a solo exhibition of  Terracotta sculptures by AArti Gupta Bhadauria at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath

“Wave of Feelings”, a solo art show of Terracotta sculptures by AArti Gupta Bhadauria is curated by Isha Phillips and Sarbani Chatterjee and was previewed on 1st of July 2023 at 12:30 pm onwards which ran till the 5th  of July 2023 from 11 am to 7 pm. Sundays were also open during this event. It was portrayed at Gallery 3, Karnataka chitrakalaParishath No. 1, Kumara Krupa Road, Bangalore – 560001.

Key Point On The Event:

Date – 1st July to 5th July

Time –  11 am to 7 pm

Venue –  Gallery 3, Karnataka chitrakalaParishath No. 1, Kumarkrupa Road, Bangalore – 560001

Guest Of The Honor Was:

Mr. Subramanya MR (VP, Siemens Technology)

Ms. Kamala Naganand (Managing Partner Aarna Law)

Ms. SpandanaAshwath (Advocate, Aarna law)

Mr. G. Subramanian (Eminent Artist)

About Aarti Gupta

Aarti Gupta Bhadauria is an Indian sculptor from Bangalore who creates sculptures in terracotta medium. She completed “Bachelor of Fine Arts” with a specialization in sculptures in the year 2004 from Gwalior, India.

She has exhibited her sculptures on various platforms at both National and International levels. Aarti has received wide appreciation and acceptance from connoisseurs of art across the world and many prizes. At the national level, she was selected for the 61st NEA 2020 by Lalit Kala Akademi New Delhi, and the “Rang Amir 2022” National Exhibition by Madhya Pradesh Govt.

She received the “Artist of the Year” 2019 award from SACF Goa, and the “Art Maestro – 2018, Highly Recommended” award from WWAM Kerala.  She has been featured in “Arts Illustrated” Magazine in 2019 and ArtAffairs.info magazine in 2022. Her sculptures are rhythmic, abstract, and reflective waves of feelings and emotions in various forms.

One cannot stop without looking at all the angles, each angle depicts a different image. Sculpting and contouring bends and shadows and ever-changing curves and profiles with each slight turn to view. People divide pottery into two main categories. Utilitarian pottery; designed for use in food or drink. Art pottery: that which can still have use but also becomes decorative for living spaces. And then, works such as Aarti's. Fine Art! This, hers, is no longer pottery. Aarti is an artist of Fine Art, sculpture, in the media of clay/terracotta. One can see the time, the eye, and the hand of Aarti in every work of hers, without seeing her name. Her sculptures are aerial, without any armature, and handmade, it takes their own time to achieve the required firmness and uniformity.

These also need to be dried thoroughly as the clay settles and gets used to its new shape. It takes her three to six months to make one sculpture. She has received several international awards and honors, mainly including three “Best in Show” and three “Judges Choice” from Contemporary Art Gallery Online, USA. “Best in Show” from Gallery Omata USA in March 2023. The " Light Space Time Gallery, USA" selected her among the top 3D artists in March 2022, October 2022, and March 2023 competitions and for ' Solo Art Showcase' in September 2022.

TheArtList.com USA gave her ' Honorable Mention' in March 2022 and was awarded second place in the July 2022 Artist of the Month contest. She won a public choice award in the “Diversia – UN Calendar” exhibition hosted by Exhibizone, Canada in August 2022. She was the only Indian among 69 artists selected by Garrison Art Center New York for the 2022 biennial small works international exhibition. Her artwork was featured by Artishtonish International magazine from Canada in January 2023 edition.


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