What happens when love blossoms between a man and a woman? Amrita Sarkar interprets the theme ‘Romance’ through a painting.
Amrita Sarkar expresses her anguish over crimes committed against women in a painting.
Amrita Sarkar paints the Greek goddess Persephone rousing nature with her magical bird flute.
What’s more soothing than sitting with a hot cup of chai, by the window, when it rains? Amrita Sarkar shares a sketch.
And what happens the night before X’mas? A melange of toys wait to meet their new owner. Amrita Sarkar captures this through a colourful, grungy looking poster like painting.
Amrita Sarkar captures through her art the journey of a rider, the journey that ends only when one reaches the horizon where the eternal cycle of life and death comes to a halt.
‘Dear Diary’, is an account of a girl who sees three different women during a day of her journey and writes and illustrates about them. Amrita Sarkar’s art work is based on the patachitra tribal style of paintings.
Gear up for a colourful fashion parade. Amrita Sarkar splashes sparkling and vibrant colours across your screen to celebrate the Fashion aspect of our November 2011 theme, ‘Exploring the Five Fs—Food, Fashion, Fiction, Friendship and Fun’.
Indian culture is all about giving ourselves away in love, feels Amrita Sarkar and that is the rendition she has brought out on digital screen. The style of painting has been inspired by the Madhubani/Mural style of Indian painting.
The smile that comes with the first pay. The sense of independence, a bright ray of hope and a million little dreams. Priceless. Art by Amrita Sarkar
Amrita Sarkar captures the many hues of the Indian woman in her art. It is her own way of approaching the theme ‘India Decoded’.