Artist Inspiration

Soojata Arora

Soojata Arora is a freelance art instructor by profession. Her journey in the art world began 25 years ago. She specializes in various kinds of Indian folk arts like Madhubani, Saura, Warli, Tholu Bommalata, Bengal Pattachitra, Bhil, Gond, Kalamkari, etc. Soojata has been trained under traditional local artisans. She also conducts workshops for mandala, doodling, coffee art, dot painting, etc. She conducts wellness art workshops for the corporate world as well.

For her, art is a beautiful medium to express her happiness, stay calm, understand and express her emotions, and boost her self-esteem.

Arpita Dey

Arpita Dey, a 22 year old who is a resident of Kolkata. With her art, she is on a quest to look out for peace, tranquility and brightness through colours and different patterns. 

“Art transforms the mundane to the extraordinary”


Ever inspired by the spaces she inhabits, the places she visits and the people she meets, she enjoys freeing the captured images in my mind onto canvas. Her works are a translation of her tryst with the  diversity that is India. Versatility is her forte and she enjoys experimenting with various genres and mediums. She has displayed her paintings in several exhibitions and art displays across the country. She works on adorning  various houses across the country and worldwide.

Sakshi Jain

Sakshi is an Engineer turned artist. She makes eye-catching spreads in journals that describe her feelings and thoughts. She loves creating visual art that speaks to a person’s heart. She was always filled with a passion for art inside her but was hesitant to showcase it to the world. Finally one year  back, she started her own page @journal.junks and has received nothing but continuous appreciation. She believes that journaling does not have any rules. Journaling has no right or wrong. You don’t have to be an artist to do journaling, all you have to do is express your feelings in visual form which you can reminiscence later on as memories. Journaling is like a therapy where you can forget about everything else and just be you!

Swati Singh

Swati Singh is an educator by profession and an artist by nature. Due to her inclination towards nature and a sustainable lifestyle, she tends to work upon things around her to create something new and durable. Her art journey has been amazing and full of learning experiences. From a small girl who sketched out her grandparent’s house on a sheet of notebook to a grown-up lady, who presently is running her brand, by the name ‘On My Desk’. It’s been a while since she started creating hand-painted clothing, canvas paintings, wall murals, DIY projects, and teaching aids for children and teachers.

Shinjini Ganguly

Shinjini Ganguly hails from Kolkata, she has been interested in painting since she was a child. She graduated from the Indian College of Arts and Draftsmanship with a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts. After graduation, she started working as a graphic designer and also organized exhibitions. Furthermore, she started teaching art at her home. Since then she has been teaching for five years along with working. Shinjini believes that Indian folk arts are very beautiful and they need exposure in the entire world. She wants to continue teaching various art forms under Indian Folk Art. And also wants to tell stories of Indian

Unnati Kahar

Unnati Kahar pursued her Graduation in Visual Arts- Painting department from MS University, Baroda. In her experience, she has touched almost all grounds when it comes to artistry. But, she majored in Mural, Fabric, Canvas, Doodles, Graffiti and glass. Art keeps her Engrossed in every manner. About her contribution of 8 years, she has painted around 200+ murals, portraits, landscapes, fabrics and Counting. She keeps on digging deep into learning from ancient to new global reforms which keep her updated. She feels that it is better to keep learning as there is no end when it comes to art..