Tryst with Nature

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Size : 15 X 12 in | 38.1 X 30.5 cm
Medium : Oil on Canvas
Style : Expressionism
Created in : 2016
Sold by : Gallery
Surface : Shipped Rolled unless rolling not possible
Lot No : MA236463
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About Artist

Sabia Khan, a well-known Delhi based artist has a knack for showcasing ‘her world’ around the world and has secured her B.F.A. And M.F.A. Degree from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. She has exhibited her artwork in Triveni Art Gallery, Krishna Collection Art Gallery, Art-Today Gallery (A division of India today), Revisited by Mirza Ghalib, M.F. Hussein, Jamia Millia Islamia, Andaze Bayan Aur” - Mirza Ghalib Show Visual Art Gallery, ICCR Azad Bhawan, and Shridharani Gallery, in New Delhi. Her work has also been showcased in exhibitions in Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda; Shobha Art Gallery, Chandigarh; and Exhibition on Trysts with Nature, organized by Visual Art. Her publications include a Science Book cover Design (1993-98), India Today Hindi Magazine-story illustration (1996), Cover Page (Painting) Sahitya warshiki, India Today (2002). She has attended various group shows and cultural camps. To add to her glory, she also won the 2001 44th National Academy Award (Lalit kala Akademi) New Delhi, and 1996 10th Yuva Mahotsava Award (Sahitya kala Parishad). Sabia received the (1993-95) National Cultural Scholarship by Ministry of Human Resources, Govt. Of India; (1995-97) Junior Fellowship by Ministry of Human Resources Development of Culture, Govt. Of India, and (1999) Senior fellowship by Karonria Centre for Art, Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

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To Sabia, life is “a gift from the Creator”. “Life is very beautiful, and I try and bring that into my art.” Her birds, squirrels and butterflies represent to some extent the freedom the women feel denied ; nevertheless, they spend their time in work and play as habitual acceptance. Sabia depicts the dilemmas and dichotomies of our age. She is “like a car driving Razia Sultan of our times.” In her work, Nature absorbs the imbalances which Indian society creates for its women.