Turbulence, my recent art show, was an experience that I will cherish for a long time to come. It gave me the opportunity to meet some awesome people, make new friends, and reconnect with old ones. As visitors came in and spent time with the paintings that I had spent days, weeks, and months painting, I was awed into silence because they saw a part of me that is seldom seen. The feeling was raw and intense – for me and for them.
“In her ongoing exhibition — Turbulence, Shafali R. Anand displays art that captures emotional turbulence. From Desire (which took one year to make) to Passion — Shafali has captured the changing essence of relationships and its complexity.”
She uses a mix of broad and long strokes to allow the emotions to flow, and the colours for their symbolic power. Her pe…
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For me, the art show resulted in a walk through the memory lane. This show presented most of my works done during the past 5 years. It brought back memories of the days and nights spent feeling, experiencing, painting…and then falling asleep tired, only to wake up with another image blasting through my head.
I’d love to share pictures that I took with others too, but being a content professional, I know that I mustn’t do it – unless of course, I’ve got their permission to do so. This is why I’ll stick to my own pictures.
My next show in Delhi is coming up in November 2022. Until then, it’s back to the easel.