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Mamta Malhotra

Varanasi, India 0 Followers

About Artist

Mamta earned a degree in Architecture from the Chandigarh College of Architecture, graduating with a silver medal. In Delhi next, she painted and learnt sculpture with Rameshwar Broota, Shobha Broota and Pradip Saxena...

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Mamta earned a degree in Architecture from the Chandigarh College of Architecture, graduating with a silver medal. In Delhi next, she painted and learnt sculpture with Rameshwar Broota, Shobha Broota and Pradip Saxena, at the Triveni Kala Sangam.
Mamta finds freedom by surrendering to the creative flow of art. She enjoys exploring the interplay of line, colour, form and texture through urban landscapes and abstract studies.
Her true inspiration is drawn from the city of Varanasi, a conglomeration of texture and colour. The juxtaposition and contrast of the urban fabric, a rich culture, a timeless way of life rooted in nature, have inspired her to paint cityscapes highlighting the ephemeral beauty and fragility of Varanasi, while evoking the intense vitality of an ancient and vibrant lifestyle.

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  • About Artist

    Mamta earned a degree in Architecture from the Chandigarh College of Architecture, graduating with a silver medal. In Delhi next, she painted and learnt sculpture with Rameshwar Broota, Shobha Broota and Pradip Saxena, at the Triveni Kala Sangam.
    Mamta finds freedom by surrendering to the creative flow of art. She enjoys exploring the interplay of line, colour, form and texture through urban landscapes and abstract studies.
    Her true inspiration is drawn from the city of Varanasi, a conglomeration of texture and colour. The juxtaposition and contrast of the urban fabric, a rich culture, a timeless way of life rooted in nature, have inspired her to paint cityscapes highlighting the ephemeral beauty and fragility of Varanasi, while evoking the intense vitality of an ancient and vibrant lifestyle.

  • Award & Recognition

    Mamta has received an honours certificate from the Royal Drawing Society in London. Her work has been featured in a New York Times bestseller coffee table book, the HarperCollins catalogue and Architecture Week magazine. In India her work has been mentioned in Inside Outside, Design Today, Better Interiors, Femina, Spice Route, Navuthan magazine and a host of national magazines and newspapers.She has done a residency, painting at the Pottery workshop in Jingdezhen. Her critically acclaimed work has been exhibited and received a good response at the Visual Arts Gallery, a solo show at the Open Palm Court Gallery at the Habitat Centre, at the Triveni Kala Sangam annual exhibition, at the Art Laureate gallery, Lado Sarai, the Trump Tower, New Rochelle, USA, and other prestigious venues.An upcoming solo show is due at the Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai soon.

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