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Aatmica Ojha

 Born in Lucknow,India and graduated in design from Bangalore University.

Aatmica had a keen interest in experimenting with colours from early childhood. She started expressing her interest in art
by making greeting cards from the age of eight. A self taught artist who likes exploring natural forms and textures and the use of a wide array of colours.
 
She received her first appreciation at High School level, which was followed by Certificate Of Appreciation 
for Painting by Monomanini- Creative Art Organisation, State Government of Orissa.
She loves to participate in National and International painting competitions.Her work regularly features in 
international online collections and art galleries of India and is appreciated by various acclaimed artists.
 
Her work has been exhibited at renowned art galleries like Galerie Sara Arakkal , Mahua Art Gallery and 
Gallery 3rd Eye- Bengaluru.
Gallery 9(Navrathan's Antique Art-The Haveli), 
Galerie Crescent
Venkatappa Art Gallery.
Visions Art - Online
 
Her exhibitions' news regularly features in 'The Times Of India' newspaper.
Article on 'Aatmica's Art Style' recently featured in 'The Hindu' newspaper.
Her artworks with artist's description recently featured in 'Women In Art 278'magazine, United States Of America.
Artworks currently being exhibited at Gallery 3rd Eye, Singapore.
 
She lives and works in Bengaluru.
I use colours, shapes, patterns, textures, movement, shades and flow to capture the feelings and emotions that arise when one sees an object/ scene/ phenomena. My artworks are the expressions which are devoid of any direct physical depiction.

Govinda Aala Re

Contemporary
    • Artwork No.
    • VAC6209
    • Style
    • Abstract
    • Surface
    • Canvas
    • Medium
    • Acrylic
    • Size
    • 91 cms X 61 cms
    • 36 Inches X 24 Inches
    • Price
    • INR 15,000

About the Artwork

Govinda Aala Re - Celebrated in the months of August/September in India, this festival marks the celebration of the birth of Lord Krishna. The Dahi Handi ritual is based on the legend of the child-god Krishna stealing butter along with his friends; hence the festival derived its name. Dahi: curd, handi: earthen pot. The tradition involves making a human pyramid and breaking an earthen pot filled with curd tied at a height.Later Dahikala (ingredients in the pot) is distributed among everyone. Dahi Handi celebration encourages working in a team, thus signifies the importance of team work. Here, four teams compete to reach the dahi handi by converging in the center to make the human pyramid. I have presented a bird's eye view..literally!

Artist Statement

I use colours, shapes, patterns, textures, movement, shades and flow to capture the feelings and emotions that arise when one sees an object/ scene/ phenomena. My artworks are the expressions which are devoid of any direct physical...
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About : Aatmica Ojha

 Born in Lucknow,India and graduated in design from Bangalore University. Aatmica had a keen interest in experimenting with colours from early childhood. She started expressing her interest in art by making greeting cards from the age of eight. A self taught artist who likes exploring natural forms and textures and the use of a wide array of colours.   She received her first appreciation at High School level, which was followed by Certificate Of Appreciation  for Painting by Monomanini- Creative Art Organisation, State Government of Orissa. She loves to participate in National and International painting competitions.Her work regularly features in  international online collections and art galleries of India and is appreciated by various acclaimed artists.   Her work has been exhibited at renowned art galleries like Galerie Sara Arakkal , Mahua Art Gallery and  Gallery 3rd Eye- Bengaluru. Gallery 9(Navrathan's Antique Art-The Haveli),  Galerie...
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