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Shikkha Arya is a 28 year young, born and brought up in Chennai, India and a student of post graduate in multimedia technology. Due to her spiritual experiences, she has found balance between health, work and life. Now, she is a totally happy, inspiring and stress free person but it didn’t come easily though. She is here to help everyone who is in need of help in solving their health, career and other life issues and, to motivate them so that they don;t fall into the same trap. After so many years of practicing healing and exploring the spiritual journey, she was fascinated, intuitive and very keen to begin her journey of ARYOLOGY.

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What started off as a therapeutic practice to overcome her stress and grief turned out to be a "Journey of Self Discovery" for this creative Art and Design consultant, Ishrat Nazneen (Nazish) from Hyderabad, India. Her selected work for the recently concluded Art and Design Fashion Week Milan, got her making waves in the Contemporary Art world with her art being collected far and wide. Along with an impressive line up of National and International exhibitions, gallery representation from Milan, Feurteventura to upcoming partnerships with galleries from Switzerland and Spain. Her works are intuitive, experimental abstracts which are conceptual and evocative. 


She translates her response to feelings and thoughts she goes through at the moment into her art which is constantly evolving. She also works with interior designers to create bespoke collections. Currently preparing for her upcoming exhibitions in Delhi, Paris and Brussels in the following months, this is one contemporary artist to watch out for.




Without the ability to actualise an idea or concept, art would not exist. Sakshi’s work is a constant search for the best way to interpret the ideas that she has about herself and the world she lives in. She does not limit herself to one medium, style, or concept. Each piece she creates is simultaneously an extension from the past where she has come from and what she has learnt , as well as for the future, where she is going . Having worked with many prestigious organisations projects, she has been exposed to a number of aspects of the art world. 

In her work lately, she has used Mix Media to depict the materialism and superficiality prevalent in the world, where societal validation supersedes a sense of morality and the rustic effect in her compositions are the denominator of our personal environment . Her work is an examination of the different forms that are taken by the shield of superficiality, and the thinking that lies behind it.

 She believes, if a viewer stops for just a moment to view and reflect on a piece she has created, then she has succeeded in her work.


Title : Contamination 1
Size : 22” X 30”
Media : Mix Media on Paper
Year : 2017


Title : Contamination 2
Size : 26” X 39”
Media: Mix Media on Paper
Year : 2017


Title : Concrete Paradise
Size : 26” X 39”
Media: Mix Media on Paper
Year : 2018


Title : Confined Thoughts
Size : 26” X 39”
Media: Mix Media on Paper
Year : 2018




Tanvi Nair is a self-taught artist from Mumbai. She is a commerce graduate, also holding certification in Physical Fitness/Sports Fitness. 

She had always been good at drawings during her school years and could never take it up seriously. But it was only during the first lockdown she actually managed to take out time and got even more creative. She began taking orders for customised work and she enjoys as it's very challenging.

She has also utilised free time in learning & enhancing her art skills.

Every time the entire process of creating beautiful art pieces proves to be so therapeutic, it's truly a healing process. 


She mainly works in acrylics & focuses on creating vibrant paintings. Abstracts, expressionisms is what she loves doing the most. Learning whimsical art is next on her list. She believes being creative is a blessing. As an artist she is fortunate enough to be able to paint her imaginations. 

The idea about her artworks wasn't a lot of thinking as she is a nature lover, spiritual & a little bit religious as well. What's more interesting and captivating then to showcase her thoughts through her paintings? It is even more easier for the viewers to relate to the message behind the artworks. 



Medium: Acrylic on canvas with imitation gold leaf gilding

Size: 14"×18" / unframed

This very vibrant abstract depicts the auspicious, beautiful Mor Pankh (peacock feather) adorned by our very own, the supreme personality of Godhead, Shri Krishna. Besides, Pitambar rang (yellow colour) is also one of the many things associated with Shri Krishna & so is the background for her art.



Medium: Acrylic on canvas/ gold leaf gilding

Size: 14"×18" / unframed

Nature, an art so colourful & magnificent, is the simplest guide to connect with the divine power. 

By embracing the beauty of nature,

By praising His creation, one is able to connect and feel His presence.

Presenting a nature abstract with a Tibetan Aum done in imitation gold leaf.




He is a creative designer helping agency with production work and illustrations to generate results for their clients.




“Art doesn’t just happen by accident. It is about pulling out new tricks and trying new things.” - Nicholas Meyer.
Being an artist is a full-time job just like any other field that people work in. A lot of time, energy and hard work is put into every single piece of art that we see. A part of your soul goes into every piece you create. 

Art is a quest! That is her notion on art. It is a continuous search for inspiration, style, theme colour, medium and so forth. 



Art has a deep effect on people whether it is a drawing or a sculpture. Art has inspired thousands of years of civilisation as the evidence shows by countless museums, theatres, and galleries all around the world. People are affected by art differently. For instance, art has inspired her to become the person she is today. For as long as she remembers art has been part of her life. Making artworks, painting and drawing, was one of the major routines in her childhood.