Art to Heart, season 4

Serah.G. is a painter who has completed her studies in fine arts and after that she traveled the entire world. She has devoted her past 10 years in understanding and exploring Indian art and culture and she became a gypsy painter.
in the year 1998 she joined Delhi University as a literature student but because of fine arts interest she left her college and got involved in studying Indian art and culture
Serah.G has captured Indian style of artwork and she worked on that, after her exploration of Indian art style with the merge with Japanese she got National award in Japan and after that she was offered for so many scholarships and projects worldwide.
She has selected silk “sari” for painting her ideas and emotions, after so much research she developed the application of water color and acrylic on “sari”
She depict her emotions by painting beautiful hands “mudras” on “sari” by which she expressed the beauty as well as a soft corner of a female. Serah has shown beautiful hands of a woman very nicely and decorated them with mehandi (heena) design in Japanese style so it looks like as if a Japanese woman is make-upped in Indian style with her eyes, hands, lips and face expression that can not be expressed…..

Now this art concept has taken a new place in Indian art and after so much of appreciation we decided to travel her art works to allover India with different art galleries and by discussions and seminars with fine art colleges and eminent artists.

This travel show of Serah.G. will be held in different cities of India in Delhi, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Udaipur, Ahamdavad, Gwalior, Indore, Varanasi, Lucknow & Mumbai, by traveling in these different cities Serah will explore and share her art with people of those places. This will be an effort by Serah.G. to bring two nations and their art together.

This art concept has taken a new place in Indian art and after so much of appreciation we will travel to allover India with different art galleries and by discussions and seminars with fine art colleges and eminent artists.