Vrinda Mathur. Tiny/Petite. Delicate. Fun. Feisty. In a nut shell – Bloody Dynamite! In every way and I mean that in a good way. She is ultra feminine but don’t let that tiny bird like grace fool you – she is tough as nails and is not afraid to tell it like it is. The […]
This has been a long time coming. But as they say – Better late than never… www.artbyaarohi.com/shop (Note: Almost everything on this online store is one-of-a-kind or limited edition. We are offering free shipping within India on all products except some large furniture items) I want to say thank you. Thank you so much for […]
Thank you Anuradha Verma for the write up in the September 2014 issue of the Casaviva magazine. It was wonderful talking to you 🙂 Note- Please click on the image on the right to read text.
My work and I feature on the cover and within the pages of the September 2014 issue of ‘The Curated Magazine’. And I am thrilled. For two reasons – one because this is the first time that a person has been featured on the cover of this magazine and two because Priya Iyer, released a […]
I am delighted to share with you all that my line of up-cycled and painted furniture will now be available at The Purple Turtle store here in Indira Nagar, Bangalore, India. So why am I reworking old pieces – ‘My work is about connections. And the idea of using something already existing and infusing it […]
Anna wrote to me a few weeks ago asking if I saw potential to work on a few things she had in the house. Essentially a make-over for something old – they were a table, a small box cupboard and an old jewelery box. She came over for a chat and we settled on the […]
I am thrilled to be part of the Good Homes Anniversary Issue 2014 and in no less than their coveted wishlist! Here is a feature on my Suzani inspired pieces – The Big Box, The Suzani Curvy chairs and the two Suzani High chairs. Thank you Meenakshi Shankar for a great piece.
This article was published a while back in March 2014 in ‘The Sunday Standard Magazine‘ but between school exams and year ending madness, I forgot to post it. Actually, I never got around to reading it. Now with school holidays, I have some time to breathe… Thank you Pallavi Rebbapragada for the wonderful write up. […]
My work is about building on memories, not losing them. And this wooden trunk is loaded with memories. It belonged to my brother who was a pilot in the Indian Air Force. He has recently retired. My father too is an ex-Indian Air Force pilot. My grandfather is ex-army. My brother’s father-in-law too was in […]