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Aatmica Ojha

Blue & White Series- Painting 1, 2022

Photography : acrylic 23.6 x 17.7 x 0.8 inch

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Aatmica Ojha, Blue & White Series- Painting 1

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Allouard Gallery • Brussels, Belgium

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23.6 x 17.7 x 0.8 inch
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Aatmica Ojha

Aatmica Ojha

India • Born in: 1989

Joyful and Colorful Compositions


Indian artists

Penchant for art from early childhood  ! Aatmica used to make greeting cards for her friends, at the age of six. Doodling the walls of her room and creating  drawings for school activity boards.

Moved to art full time in April 2016. Did her first show in Dec 2016, with the prestigious 'Gallery Sara Arakkal' which belongs to the late great artist - Mr. Yusuf Arakkal ! First international show was with 'Singapore Affordable Art Fair' in Jan 2017.   

She's an experimental artist. Usually starts with an idea; however, she likes to paint without thinking as well. 

Her current collectors are from USA, UK, France, Italy, Switzerland, Australia, Germany and India. 

She lives and works in Bengaluru, India.

"I am an experimental artist. I like the idea of exploring. Basically doing things differently! 

For instance: my artwork titled -

'The Island Of Pearls' makes use of thermocol balls to give the effect of pearls. 

'The Beach Party' makes use of lump of yarn to create waves..  

'Lord Buddha' is created by piercing metal pins into the canvas.

The idea of doing something new... and the curiosity to see the outcome..  excites me !"

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