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Chayanika Sood

Pune, India 1 Follower

About Artist

Chayanika is an artist and graphic designer based in India. She is driven by the passion to create, up-cycle and has a dream to inspire others towards positivity. Her journey through arts, yoga and the search of mindf...

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Chayanika is an artist and graphic designer based in India. She is driven by the passion to create, up-cycle and has a dream to inspire others towards positivity. Her journey through arts, yoga and the search of mindfulness has resulted in various artworks – commercial and passion projects – on canvas, shoes, globes and even eggs.

Art forces the eye to zoom in and zoom out from the small world that comprises our lives. My artistic practice has evolved to channelise the energy that emanates from the universe, exists within each of us and radiates from each element around us. It is this that I like to portray in my artistic practice - the change and movement of energy that binds all of us together. In this portrayal, I intend to provoke the viewer's eye to focus on the self by zooming in or to forget the self and see the larger whole, by zooming out. With every stroke of line, every stroke of paint, my artistic practice attempts to see and show the synergy of these forces, to explore each unique journey and to find the connections between our inner self and the reality that surrounds us.

I also attempt to spread the immensely powerful innate positivity through my art - hope and faith are really the fabric of our world. As part of this practice, I attempt to reflect on human emotions as well by trying to interlink the colors, shapes and lines in my artworks.

Through each line, dot and curve, I seek more ways to reflect on these journeys, partake in mindfulness, preserve the memories, moments and travel goals – to help keep the spirit and mystery of leaving one's comfort zones alive. The medium varies from globes, paper, boards, walls, shoes, fabric, wood, plastic and even eggs. As part of my journey as an artist, I enjoy connecting with my larger tribe as well - I was invited to the Wishing Chair’s Doodle Collective exhibition, a participant in the Himalayan Art Festival, hosted by The Lost Tribe, created wall murals at People Places Arts and continue to create personalized art for individuals, corporates and nonprofit organisations.

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  • About Artist

    Chayanika is an artist and graphic designer based in India. She is driven by the passion to create, up-cycle and has a dream to inspire others towards positivity. Her journey through arts, yoga and the search of mindfulness has resulted in various artworks – commercial and passion projects – on canvas, shoes, globes and even eggs.

    Art forces the eye to zoom in and zoom out from the small world that comprises our lives. My artistic practice has evolved to channelise the energy that emanates from the universe, exists within each of us and radiates from each element around us. It is this that I like to portray in my artistic practice - the change and movement of energy that binds all of us together. In this portrayal, I intend to provoke the viewer's eye to focus on the self by zooming in or to forget the self and see the larger whole, by zooming out. With every stroke of line, every stroke of paint, my artistic practice attempts to see and show the synergy of these forces, to explore each unique journey and to find the connections between our inner self and the reality that surrounds us.

    I also attempt to spread the immensely powerful innate positivity through my art - hope and faith are really the fabric of our world. As part of this practice, I attempt to reflect on human emotions as well by trying to interlink the colors, shapes and lines in my artworks.

    Through each line, dot and curve, I seek more ways to reflect on these journeys, partake in mindfulness, preserve the memories, moments and travel goals – to help keep the spirit and mystery of leaving one's comfort zones alive. The medium varies from globes, paper, boards, walls, shoes, fabric, wood, plastic and even eggs. As part of my journey as an artist, I enjoy connecting with my larger tribe as well - I was invited to the Wishing Chair’s Doodle Collective exhibition, a participant in the Himalayan Art Festival, hosted by The Lost Tribe, created wall murals at People Places Arts and continue to create personalized art for individuals, corporates and nonprofit organisations.

  • Award & Recognition

    As part of my journey as an artist, I enjoy connecting with my larger tribe as well - I was invited to the Wishing Chair’s Doodle Collective exhibition, a participant in the Himalayan Art Festival, hosted by The Lost Tribe, created wall murals at People Places Arts, participated in Sarvasutra and continue to create personalized art for individuals, corporates and nonprofit organizations.

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