OPENING OF EXCLUSIBLE ICONS EXHIBITION

OPENING OF EXCLUSIBLE ICONS EXHIBITION

The Exclusible Icons exhibition was inaugurated last November 1st in a fresh and interactive approach to the art market and can be visited in virtual tour on our website > Immersive exhibitions.

In this midnight city of mass millions, the exclusible icons are sleeping beautys dancing in the light in premium exclusivity… a ticking mystery, the single art’s enigma.

In this exhibition we’ve gathered the primadonnas of contemporary art: Catarina Diaz, Leonor T. Sousa, Ricardo Gomes, Arista2099, Abílio Marcos, Ashima Kumar, Lena Silva, Gulnar Sacoor, João Freire, Marco Gomes, Kwame Koda, Jaime R Ferreira, Cecília Acevedo, Gabriela González Leal, Lilia Luján, Hossam Dirar, Fabián Caro, Tomiwa Arobieke and Rodolfo M. Costa.

ARTBOX VR CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS CHARMS SHOPPING COLOMBO

ARTBOX VR CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS CHARMS SHOPPING COLOMBO

The São Rafael Galleries opened this October a mixed reality exhibition, where an artistic production fits in a 30 cm technological box. More than an exhibition, Artbox VR is an immersive virtual show that invites you to discover the best of contemporary art: Catarina Diaz, Leonor T. Sousa, Ricardo Gomes, Arista2099, Abílio Marcos, Ashima Kumar, Lena Silva, Gulnar Sacoor, António Azenha, João Freire, Marco Gomes, Kwame Koda, Jaime R Ferreira, Cecília Acevedo, Gabriela González, Lilia Luján, Hossam Dirar, Fabián Caro, Tomiwa Arobieke and Rodolfo M. Costa. The works leap out of the frames and the paintings come to life in a groundbreaking immersive virtual reality experience. The event, which took place from the 3rd to the 15th of October, at Praça dos Navegantes, in Shopping Colombo, brought together more than 520 people enthusiastic about the experience and passionate about the artists’ work.

ARTBOX VR CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS INAUGURATES AT SHOPPING COLOMBO

ARTBOX VR CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS INAUGURATES AT SHOPPING COLOMBO

The São Rafael Galleries presents the first artistic production that fits in a 30 cm technological box. More than an exhibition, Artbox VR is an immersive virtual show that invites you to discover the best of contemporary art: Catarina Diaz, Leonor T. Sousa, Ricardo Gomes, Arista2099, Abílio Marcos, Ashima Kumar, Lena Silva, Gulnar Sacoor, António Azenha, João Freire, Marco Gomes, Kwame Koda, Jaime R Ferreira, Cecília Acevedo, Gabriela González, Lilia Luján, Hossam Dirar, Fabián Caro, Tomiwa Arobieke and Rodolfo M. Costa. The works leap out of the frames and the paintings come to life in a groundbreaking immersive virtual reality experience. Artbox VR: welcome to the future of contemporary art!

Dates: From the 3rd to the 15th of October
Location: Colombo Shopping Center. Floor 0 (Praça dos Navegantes)
Schedules:
Physical exhibition: from 10:00am to 6:00pm and from 9:00pm to 00:00pm
Artbox VR: from 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Life is music, Flamenco, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.

Life is music, Flamenco, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO (Original)

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.

Life is music, Flamenco, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO (Giclée 30)

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO (Giclée)

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.

Life is music, Flamenco, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO (Giclée 50)

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO (Giclée)

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.

Life is music, ballet, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, BALLET

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, BALLET

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.

Life is music, ballet, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, BALLET (Original)

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, BALLET

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.

Life is music, ballet, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, BALLET (Giclée 30)

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, BALLET (Giclée)

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.

OPENING OF EXCLUSIBLE ICONS EXHIBITION

OPENING OF EXCLUSIBLE ICONS EXHIBITION

The Exclusible Icons exhibition was inaugurated last November 1st in a fresh and interactive approach to the art market and can be visited in virtual tour on our website > Immersive exhibitions.

In this midnight city of mass millions, the exclusible icons are sleeping beautys dancing in the light in premium exclusivity… a ticking mystery, the single art’s enigma.

In this exhibition we’ve gathered the primadonnas of contemporary art: Catarina Diaz, Leonor T. Sousa, Ricardo Gomes, Arista2099, Abílio Marcos, Ashima Kumar, Lena Silva, Gulnar Sacoor, João Freire, Marco Gomes, Kwame Koda, Jaime R Ferreira, Cecília Acevedo, Gabriela González Leal, Lilia Luján, Hossam Dirar, Fabián Caro, Tomiwa Arobieke and Rodolfo M. Costa.

ARTBOX VR CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS CHARMS SHOPPING COLOMBO

ARTBOX VR CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS CHARMS SHOPPING COLOMBO

The São Rafael Galleries opened this October a mixed reality exhibition, where an artistic production fits in a 30 cm technological box. More than an exhibition, Artbox VR is an immersive virtual show that invites you to discover the best of contemporary art: Catarina Diaz, Leonor T. Sousa, Ricardo Gomes, Arista2099, Abílio Marcos, Ashima Kumar, Lena Silva, Gulnar Sacoor, António Azenha, João Freire, Marco Gomes, Kwame Koda, Jaime R Ferreira, Cecília Acevedo, Gabriela González, Lilia Luján, Hossam Dirar, Fabián Caro, Tomiwa Arobieke and Rodolfo M. Costa. The works leap out of the frames and the paintings come to life in a groundbreaking immersive virtual reality experience. The event, which took place from the 3rd to the 15th of October, at Praça dos Navegantes, in Shopping Colombo, brought together more than 520 people enthusiastic about the experience and passionate about the artists’ work.

ARTBOX VR CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS INAUGURATES AT SHOPPING COLOMBO

ARTBOX VR CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS INAUGURATES AT SHOPPING COLOMBO

The São Rafael Galleries presents the first artistic production that fits in a 30 cm technological box. More than an exhibition, Artbox VR is an immersive virtual show that invites you to discover the best of contemporary art: Catarina Diaz, Leonor T. Sousa, Ricardo Gomes, Arista2099, Abílio Marcos, Ashima Kumar, Lena Silva, Gulnar Sacoor, António Azenha, João Freire, Marco Gomes, Kwame Koda, Jaime R Ferreira, Cecília Acevedo, Gabriela González, Lilia Luján, Hossam Dirar, Fabián Caro, Tomiwa Arobieke and Rodolfo M. Costa. The works leap out of the frames and the paintings come to life in a groundbreaking immersive virtual reality experience. Artbox VR: welcome to the future of contemporary art!

Dates: From the 3rd to the 15th of October
Location: Colombo Shopping Center. Floor 0 (Praça dos Navegantes)
Schedules:
Physical exhibition: from 10:00am to 6:00pm and from 9:00pm to 00:00pm
Artbox VR: from 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Life is music, Flamenco, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.

Life is music, Flamenco, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO (Original)

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.

Life is music, Flamenco, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO (Giclée 30)

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO (Giclée)

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.

Life is music, Flamenco, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO (Giclée 50)

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, FLAMENCO (Giclée)

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.

Life is music, ballet, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, BALLET

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, BALLET

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.

Life is music, ballet, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, BALLET (Original)

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, BALLET

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.

Life is music, ballet, Ashima Kumar

LIFE IS MUSIC, BALLET (Giclée 30)

ABOUT LIFE IS MUSIC, BALLET (Giclée)

A body singing in unison with the music it hears. The rhythm guides the movement of the dancer as she twists and turns and takes many a leap of faith. Seamlessly, our thoughts flow with her, shape shifting, cavorting, peaking, tumbling, all in the span of a moment. Yet, the eternal in us remains rooted; waiting for us to discover ourselves.

Ashima work juxtaposes geometric simplicity with painterly strokes, drawing inspiration from traditional folk-art forms and natural
patterns. Her work is conceptual in nature and incorporates elements of expressionism, surrealism, and feminism, as well as spiritual and psychological content. They symbolise beauty, wonder, and serenity. Her serene artworks are aimed to “penetrate the innermost part of ourselves where no words exist.”.

 

Ashima Kumar is a visual artist, of Indian origin, resident in the United Kingdom. After completing her BFA degree in applied arts, Ashima started to work at the cutting edge of Graphic Design and Fine Art. Her style is a unique fusion of doodle art, traditional art, and modern technology. Her Indian heritage has inspired her to express herself through graphic forms and colour as an emotional translation of her dreams and inner emotions. Ashima describes her artistic technique as threefold: “dream, doodle, design.” She is always seeking to transform the experiential into visible patterns and definite forms. The viewer is captivated to the intricacy of details as they walk through a world of discovery. Nature stimulates her, and her expressionist artworks depict themes derived from her affinity with nature. She is enthralled by the way patterns arise spontaneously and act as a kind of representation. Ashima leads ‘Mindfulness Doodle Art Workshops’, were she applies elements of her art style to transmit well-being tools.