Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Aarohi Singh

A self taught artist, who doesn't restrict herself to one single medium and paints on just about anything. She has transformed mundane things like tea kettles, buckets, plates and even a foldable chair into pieces of art.
Aarohi paints with acrylic, oil, pastels & watercolours. Her acrylic paintings of Hindu Gods with her funky twists is quite interesting.
I am completely in love with these Ganesha paintings!
A little bling, a little kitsch, with unrestraint use of colours makes her work really beautiful!
If you want to get your hands on these colourful pieces of art, you are lucky!

Aarohi is having an exhibition of her art at
The Oxford Bookstore,
Leela Galleria,
Old Airport Road, Bangalore
from the 21st November to 23rd November 2008.

She describes her work on exhibit as 'My take on India, folklore, and dance amongst others. Varied expressions on objects of everyday use. Kettles transform to lovers meeting amidst zebra stripes. The ubiquitous Autorickshaw drove through my art on its way to London too! Things I see around me represented onto objects to form art.'

So if you are in Bangalore, do visit 'Art by Aarohi' exhibition.

( Images from Art by


Anonymous said...

Lovely Kettles.Amazed at creativity.I am just starting to think how everydays pots and pans look like thro' excerpt artists like Arohi Singh.Thanks a ton for sharing them.I wish I was in B'lore to visit her exhibition.But had a eye candilicious visit through her blog.I have been a silent reader of your blog for past few weeks.Ever since i have started to realise that I have been missing to admire the beauty of everyday simple things like falling leaves and staeming hot tea cups.I just started loving all of your pictures.Simply superb!

Unknown said...

Oooh, I love the kettle too. I must drop by that place now. I hope there is one for me too :)

D said...

My first time here. And I loved these paintings! Are these works on sale or just exhibition?

kajal said...

Amazing stuff done with acrylic..
And I will surely make it to her exhibition....

Anonymous said...

Hi archana, all the work that i am putting up for this show is indeed for sale.
Aarohi Singh

Anonymous said...

I agree - the Ganesha paintings are great. The balti with lotusses is really pretty too. But those plates!! They are fabulous!
Too bad Bangalore is a bit too far away from rainy Holland :-(

Sreelu said...

wow beautiful, too bad I cannot see this in person. Thanks for introducing Arohi

Gill said...

If I were ever lucky enough to get to Bangalore, I'd so be there! You have good taste, Arch.

Rajee Sood said...

Hi Archana
I hit upon your blog some time back...i think in Sep.when I was checking out what Diwali inspirations were people finding on the internet.(A little before I started my blog)And pop came your blog...believe me,I was so happy to see it.Truly enjoy your posts. Its nice to see how we all interpret our indian culture in our own asthetic ways.Your efforts are commendable.

Anonymous said...

Off topic. I have a quick question for you.

Do you know a good place in Bangalore where one can get good furnishing - curtains, dhurries etc?

I am ok with just unstitched cloth as well. Something reasonably priced?

thanks a bunch!

Unknown said...

I am not sure how i stumbled on your blog...I did not stop till I read all the posts! you have got an amazing site here! love love love love love it!!!

Vineeta said...

WOW!!! This is such colourful stunning work! Thanx for sharing & congrats on the mention in HT Mint!! :)

Belinda said...

how delightful! a kitsch, i can even take. thanks so much for sharing. wish i go and see.

Aarohi said...

Archana, Thank you so much for sharing my work with your readers. They have been truely wonderful in their appreciation. Many thanks to you and them. With warm regard,

Archana Srinivas Pottery said...

Thanks a lot everyone for your great response to Aarohi's work.

Aarohi~ Hope your exhibition was a grand success:-)

blackmamba~ There are many stores in Bangalore for curtains and durries.

~ Drapes Avenue at Lady Curzon Road for curtain material, they will stitch it too.

~ Fabindia, has curtain materials as well as curtains & dhurries

~Skipper Furnishings on St John's Road

~ Maspar for curtains and dhurries

~ Zeba by Krsna Mehta has dhurries

~ Yamini near Ulsoor Lake.

Anonymous said...

thanks a bunch for the suggestions!

DeeplyDip said...

loved the paintings here...and i liked your blog blogrolling you!

shruti said...

Hi aarohi .. i stumbled upon ur designs.. and must say they are just "heavenly'.
are you going to have an exhibition in bombay too...
if so, i would defi like to be updated on it.
an approach like yours, to art and design, never ceases to fascinate me.

Anonymous said...

where can i buy these art work from?

Sam said...

Hey any suggestion where I can get these stuffs in Mumbvai?

Sharmistha Pande