She recently participated as the invited participant in Abhibandana – Summer Carnival Art Exhibition held in Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata from 13th June to 19th June 2023..
In her words, “Art Exhibitions are not just the display of artworks of different and various artists, but they are actually the Vision, Imagination, Effort, Work, Patience, Expressions and all emotions of an artist that is poured with various mediums and styles on a canvas or a paper. It is a Visual Treat for the eyes, heart, mind and Soul.”
She had 6 artworks exhibited in the Summer Carnival Art exhibition, where one of her artwork titled “Buddham Sharanam Gachhami” was sold to an art admirer.
Amrita’s art style is often found to be different from what we always see. She says, she loves to work on concepts and from her memory from the travels.
She has few upcoming exhibitions lined up for her in this year. She is participating in another exhibition – Monsoon Colour Carnival – organised by Mr. Kinkar Banerjee of Bengal Art Factory from 25th July to 27th July 2023 in Gold Gallery. She will also be participating in the Online and Offline exhibition of Manikarnika Art Gallery which is being organised just for the empanelled artist of theirs. The online exhibition – Abhivyakti is being Live from 27th June to 6th July 2023 and the Shabd Rang – International Art Exhibition will be held in Artizen Art Gallery, New Delhi in the month of October 2023.
As she says, “I work more with watercolour, charcoal and acrylic medium on paper and canvas. The approach to my artworks are not only different but they all carry a story. It is the story and the concept which adds to the meaning to the artwork and connects to the viewers heart and soul.”
Amrita Tiwary currently lives in Bengaluru And running her own venture Kreative Minds an Art and Culture organisation