Soulful and mesmerising landscapes painted by Neha Bisht will be showcased in her solo exhibition “Meandering Brush” from May 10 to May 14, 2023, at the Convention Foyer, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. The show, curated by Ranbir Rathi, will be open from 11 am to 8 pm on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
The theme of the exhibition is “Meandering Brush: A Journey through Layers of Awareness.”
Neha Bisht, the artist behind the exhibition, describes her artwork as a winding journey of awareness through many forests and seasons.
“Each forest represents different emotions and situations we face as we journey through life. The paintings symbolise the realisation and awareness that unfold as we navigate through these emotions, bringing us closer to our soul truth and divine connection,” Neha Bisht said.
Neha Bisht, a soul aura landscape artist, uses mediums such as oil, watercolour, ink, and coffee to create her beautiful artwork. Her style is a blend of tonalism, romanticism, and impressionism, which reflects her deep connection with nature and the five elements. Her work is a celebration of the divine connection between nature, emotions, thoughts, and spirituality.
“Every soul is nothing but a beautiful Meandering Brush, full of magical colours, waiting to paint a soul aura landscape we call life,” she said.
Her paintings embody a meditative quality that empowers the soul and connects it with the universe.
Curator Ranbir Rathi describes Neha Bisht’s artwork as a Sufi song on canvas, reflecting the story of life awareness.
“The exhibition showcases Neha’s soul aura landscapes of forests, seasons, skies, and oceans, which are different pages of her life. Every landscape reflects her dialogue with her soul and the universe, revealing beautiful truths about life and herself,” said Rathi.
When: May 10 to May 14
Where: Convention Foyer, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi
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