Category Archives: Watercolor

Why am I selling some art ‘affordably’?

“I paint on anything and everything. A lot of effort goes into what I call ‘practice sessions’. Sometimes I may develop the initial sketch as a finished piece even though it started out as a practice session. Sometimes I leave it at the point where I have learnt or ‘practiced’ what I set out to […]

Fempowerment Women Achievers Award 2016

I won! And the best part – I had no clue that I was even in the running! Some one from YourStory wrote to tell me that they had nominated my name for an award and that someone from the awards organization would get in touch with me. I thanked the said person and promptly […]

The ArtByAarohi online shop is now open!!

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 […]

They are all women!! – Kavita Rayirath

Kavita Rayirath and I have a strange friendship. We don’t talk/chat often. We connect only when there is something to share, I mean really share. And Kavita shares generously. Kavita blogs at ‘Indian By Design‘, and a whole host of other blogs. The list spans diverse topics – from food to movies – and she […]

In Pencil and Watercolor

While cleaning out my (art) closet, I found a truck load of memories and loads of inspiration. This past year as you all know has been very busy. And time has just flown. Can you believe it is already halfway through May!! I have been so caught up in life and in ‘production’, that I […]

We made cushions!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!! The last few months have been hectic. A lot happening on the home front and in the studio. I have been working on two simultaneous collections… that part has been mind numbing at times. The dependencies on other people in the supply chain as also vendors is something […]

Sattva show

The Sattva Art House is a really wonderful and calm place. It’s housed in a 100-year-old bungalow in Whitefield, Bangalore. It is filled with children learning to paint and express their inner creativity. This show is hopefully the start of a long and artistically satisfying journey for me. I am looking forward to conducting workshops […]

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