“Celebrating Life”, Kolkata’s young artist Swati Pasari’s latest collection of Artwork

“Celebrating Life”, that’s how the young and talented artist from Kolkata, Swati Pasari describes her latest collection of Sculptures and artwork, which is being displayed at various famous galleries across the country.

 Through her Collection, she has made an attempt to understand her own personality and life around her. “My paintings are a reflection of my thought process. When I paint, I think and feel inner peace and beauty, serenity and calmness. So my paintings manifest these feelings. As I go along with the creations, I build on the idea of what the painting should look like”, says the artist who is showcasing her sculptures in the exhibition”.

Swati has earned accolades for her work across the globe. The themes of her paintings include immortality, timelessness and finding inner peace. While her art has immense artistic maturity, she has been painting only since 2007. And in these few years, she has already exhibited her paintings in several parts of the world with many upcoming exhibitions scheduled.

She looks at each painting as a mirror that portrays herself and all that she stands for. Being a Pranic Healer, she has a strong spiritual side to herself and most of her paintings are made with the intention of spreading positivity.

“They say that you have to be lost in order to be found. Every artist strives for inner peace, and art is only a method of finding inner wholesomeness”, adds Swati.

Details of her ArtWork

Krishna: Lord Krishna has revealed purest forms of love to us; he is in love with poetry, life, music and dance. Love can heal your wounds and cleanse your mind. This beautiful sculpture by Swati Pasari showcases the power of love which can raise us to a higher level.

Buddha: Compassion is the essence of spiritual life; it is the root of Buddhism and one of the main pillars of Buddha’s teachings. This amazing sculpture by Swati Pasari is a fond reminder that in order to realize enlightenment a person must develop two important qualities: compassion and wisdom.

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