An alchemy of colours
I’m a 90s child. I grew up when television had the richest content and parents didn’t have to fret
A woman with many talents and a multi-disciplinary artist. I’ve been privy to an engrossing afternoon where Anu narrated stories from the years she was traveling all over the country crafting those fantastic travelogues for national television. Travel and expedition tales that took her to the innermost quarters of the country, be it the jungles or the mountains. She spent months with tribesfolk in Himalayan villages
The creativity extends itself to photography (she is an exhibited photographer with her series, Soul Survivors being exhibited at the National Museum in Delhi) and writing as well. But while she was juggling all these facets, she nurtured a love for painting, debuting with an exhibition Hue Borne in 2014 followed by an international exhibition in Dubai under the Bruno Art Group. Her freewheeling, fluid style and use of myrias colours has garnered her acclaim in foreign shows like AAF Hongkong, KIAF Korea, Bazaar Art Jakarta and World Art Dubai.
A winner of 17 national and an international award for her
At her recent exhibition, Flow Dreams at The Lodhi, Anu has put up a smattering of mindblowing art that showcases her prowess in