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Riddhi, Acrylic and ink on paper, 10" x 8" 
Siddhi, Acrylic and ink on paper, 10" x 8"

 N I R A A K A R A

The Formless Divine by Trupti Dave
15th to 20th September,
11am- 7pm
An evening celebrating Lord Ganesha  on Saturday19th September, 5pm - Onwards
All Welcome
The emphasis of this show is mainly on Ganesha, the first God and the divine energy. It is represented in an abstract form and it carries a mystic dimension along with it.
Trupti Dave is a contemporary artist, whose work is a reflection of her meditative state. An architect by profession, she believes in channeling her inner energy into a highly creative energy, which is further channelled on to the canvas. 
She has done many national and international solo shows and was honoured by the Government of Gujarat, India, by awarding the Kala Gaurav Puraskar for her contribution to the field of art.
Trupti begins her work only after meditating for a while and believes it is her devotion. Her paintings are mostly in mixed media and acrylic. 
Venue: M P Birla Millennium Art Gallery
The Bhavan, 4A Castletown Road,
West Kensington, London W14 9HE