Nimisha, currently resides in Chennai, India. "The feeling of contentment that observing and creating art brings to me is like no other feeling. I have been experimenting a lot lately with colours, shadows and multi-exposures. This particular photograph makes me feel serene."
Diving headfirst into the infinite oasis that art is, Suhani lets her imagination run wild instead of confining it to specific art forms. Versatile across traditional and digital styles, she lets her emotions colour her portrait thus making it entirely personal. A childhood hobby turned into her expression, her diary.
Anmol is an artist based in Chandigarh and Bangalore. "I love everything colourful. What began as an escape mechanism for me is now something I'm trying to establish a career in. To be specific, I love photography and painting. For me art has been something which inspires me consistently to keep learning and become the best version of myself."
My name is Shivaang I'm a Bangalore based cloud engineer and a freelance graphic designer. I like to paint as it is not just a break from regular work but also gives me a way to express my anxieties and emotions in no particular form.
Harshita Nandwani, is an abstract artist from India. "I have been working as a full time artist for the last three years. I left my full time job to pursue my passion. "Atignas" is dedicated to my mother. She is an epitome of all things creative – whatever artistic in me, whatever creative in me has been passed on to me by her."
Ira Akbar is an accessory designer. "I’m on my journey to explore and learn more about myself and whenever I’m overwhelmed with a feeling I just spill it out on a sheet of paper. That’ll basically explain most of my illustrations. That’s what art is to me. A free low of my expressions."
Jobit George, is an independent photographer based in New Delhi India. "By Genre of Interest I am a street, travel and documentary photographer. I love to document different people, places, culture and everyday life stories."
“Sometimes, you need a hand to hold you through the many trials of life. Most often, it is the hand of a loved one. Other times, it is simply your own.”
‘Mozart in the Jungle’, a window to the the hierarchical system of the philharmonic scene which is what penetrated into our society, which is what we need to trash.