ISHAAN RAGA: THE ART OF DR DEEPALI MAHANTA KAYAL
January 12 - February 25, 2017
Opening Reception, Thursday, January 12, 5-7PM
A doctor by profession, Deepali started painting at a young age after she won a national level painting competition. She has honed her skills over a period of time at several places; New Delhi, Jaipur, Chennai, and Guwahati in India. She has explored a variety of forms and experimented with different techniques and styles. Her engagement with various morbid conditions of her patients has not dampened her spirits, but rather inspired her to search for hidden beauty, pathos, and meaning in our day-to-day life. Indian folklore, mythology, and philosophy has been a recurring theme in her work. She firmly believes that art is the quest for self-expression and truth. An artist may live in a moment, but is free to let her imagination transcend all boundaries of time, space, and thought. View artworks -
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