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Artist Swati Pasari unveils “Kanha” collection in the season of Love and Friendship

Come Monsoon and one is reminded of the eternal love story of Radha and Krishna. Visualising these playful and joyous moments, Artist Swati Pasari has created beautiful painting and carved mesmerising sculptures in her latest artwork series called ‘Kanha’. “His glory is unsurpassable, his story, a source of joy and inspiration- He is Krishna, the music […]

Come Monsoon and one is reminded of the eternal love story of Radha and Krishna. Visualising these playful and joyous moments, Artist Swati Pasari has created beautiful painting and carved mesmerising sculptures in her latest artwork series called ‘Kanha’.
“His glory is unsurpassable, his story, a source of joy and inspiration- He is Krishna, the music and the melody”, says Artist Swati Pasari.
“The collection titled ‘Kanha’ is all about reliving that moment of love, innocence and friendship. I have tried to imagine and capture that era in my artwork. Gopis indulging in mesmerising dances listening to the playful tunes of Krishna’s flute, capturing the vivid colours of rainbow in my paintings and bringing alive the bond of love and friendship through the art work”, adds the artist who showcased her works at State Art Gallery in Hyderabad (July 8 – 16th, 2023) and at Oorja Kriti in Raipur on 14th & 15th July 2023.
Swati Pasari is a self taught artist who followed her passion and worked towards her goals. She immersed herself in its complexities and succeeded, thanks to her tenacity, willpower, and spiritual propensity.
She first studied business in Australia before deciding to follow her aspiration for the visual arts. She founded her art brand Soulink in 2007 and staged her first show at age 20 in 2008. Since then, Swati has shown her incredibly joyful artwork and sculptures all over the world.
Even though she has started painting young, her artistic creations display an immense artistic maturity. The details, colours and finesse of her art work is something which usually draws people to it. Her work also scream uniqueness and exclusivity. Being a Pranic healer, she has a strong spiritual side to herself and most of her creations are made with the intention of spreading positivity.
Her collection is available in paintings of sizes 2 feet to 8 feet and sculptures in sizes 2 feet to 6 feet. The collection can be viewed at www.swatipasari.com.

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