Saturday, December 7, 2019

My first step as a Indian artist Manisha Vedpathak

After I finished "Panache" , it was tine for my next role as a curator. As I mentioned earlier I had joined a team Artlane and we organised a show under the banner Kalagoshthi and this was our 5th edition and the theme was "Van Gogh's letters retold". This time our venue was club, The Poona Western Club.
It was a fantastic show. we had the show running for 3 days and all 3 days were packed with visitors. It was really very interesting to see how artists interpreted Van Gogh's letters in their own style. Unfortunately I cannot post any images here for some unknown reason, may be some technical problem. I think it is time for me to change the Blogger.

Monday, November 11, 2019

"Panache" Exhibition by Indian artist Manisha Vedpathak

My exhibition along with 2 more artists starts today. Opening is at 5.30pm at Art2day Gallery, Pune.
I invite you all for the opening. Those who stay in Pune please drop in for the opening. The show will run through 12th-17th Nov'2019.

Saturday, November 9, 2019

"Panache"....An Art Exhibition by Indian artist Manisha Vedpathak

I am exhibiting my Reflections series in an upcoming exhibition. 
I am collaborating with two more artists. The exhibition starts on 12th Nov and will run till 17th Nov.
The venue is Art2day Gallery , Pune. I am still not able to post any image and I not finding enough 
time to look into it. 
I cordially invite all my readers. Those staying in Pune do drop in .
 The Gallery timings are 11.30am-6.30pm

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Reflection Series Indian artist Manisha Vedpathak

Same thing is happening again. I am not able to insert images and I don't know how to get blogger help. Can someone help me with this issue?

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

"Forest Bathing" abstract painting by Indian artist Manisha Vedpathak

My readers did not see my new posts for 2 reasons. First I wasn't able to insert image for some technical reason for so long. Second I was very busy with my upcoming exhibitions in November. By  joining a team of 2 female artists named Smita Raje-Deshpande and Vaishali Rajapurkar, I have entered curation. The name of this group is Artlane  who is dedicated to art and they hold exhibitions , discussions , art talks under the banner of  "Kalagoshthi". Will keep updating with all the activities of this group.
   Hopefully I will be able to insert images and post regularly.

It's amazing about how beautiful and  fresh the air is when you walk through a lush forest. Sometimes all you need is a walk through the forest to escape from the hustle and bustle of the urban life. As I am painting more canvases on the theme of dark forest  , I am longing to meander through the lush forest. This series is progressing steadily with Reflection series.
I came across a term called " Forest Bathing". It's nothing but a serene walk in the dense forest. It is actually called Shinrin Yoku and originated in Japan where it was first used as an anti stress therapy in the 1980's. They say the different shades of green have a positive effect on our psyche.
So here is my another painting on dark forest.

This painting I had posted earlier. I added more layers to the painting .

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

"Andhaarban"....Palette knife painting by Indian artist Manisha Vedpathak

Recently did a live painting at "Paintathon" event organised by Cloud 9. On the similar theme did two more paintings of the same size.

"Andhaarban", 24"x24", acrylic on canvas
Andhaarban is a word in my language,Marathi. the meaning is Dark Forest .

Some problem with uploading the images. I will try to post the other image in my next post.

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Live painting at "Paintathon" Indian artist Manisha Vedpathak

There was an event organized by Cloud 9 where I got an opportunity to do live painting. I did a palette knife painting.

Paintathon- an event by Cloud 9 at Phoenix mall, 2nd June 2019.

Image may contain: 7 people, including Manisha Vedpathak, Vaishali Rajapurkar and Smita Raje-Deshpande, people smiling, people standing

Image may contain: 2 people, including Vaishali Rajapurkar, outdoor

Image may contain: Manisha Vedpathak, standing