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Art is a tool to express emotions, feelings, thoughts and spread the feeling of Joy and has no boundaries.

Art is also used as a cultural tool, it helps to humanise and interpret emotions, grievances, happiness, of those who are unable to voice it otherwise.

Art is an Illustrative tool and helps to spread positivity in these testing times India is a storehouse of Art and culture and can proudly speak of their world acclaimed Art and Artists. There are many Art and culture centres and museums in India.

Similarly Art prevails in Singapore to a great level. Some of the most renowned museums are located in Singapore.

They have made a significant contribution to world of art.

Among the participants there are honoured artists of Singapore and India, Curators and Masters.

La Aartemisia Studio and Gallery is proud to present a confluence of Indian and Singaporean

Art and Culture,Bringing together the Artistic expressions of Acclaimed and Eminent Artists of India and Singapore in the show titled


which will stream from 1st April 2024 to 14th April 2024, on





TAN KAY NGUAN is an internationally established artist honoured with Master of Arts, UCE, United Kingdom, B.A. from RMIT Australia and Diploma from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts.

TAN KAY NGUAN has held 65 solo exhibitions and more than hundreds of joint exhibitions all over the world, namely United Kingdom, France, Italy, Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore, and had won many top prizes and awards in art tournaments in Singapore and overseas. His awards include the Grand Prize in the UOB Painting of the Year (Singapore), 1st Prize in the Dr. Tan Tsze Chor Art Awards – Singapore, 1st Prize in the CAAS Painting Competition – Singapore, The Beijing International Art Exposition Gold Prize Award, Japan Osaka Governor Award, Japan Osaka Mayor Award, Japan Osaka Educational Art Award, Top Influential Artist Award, Ngee Ann Artist Of The Year Award 2018 , Gold Arts Award 2019, Japan the Minister of Foreign Affairs Award 2020, 13th SCCCE President’s Challenge Charity Art Exhibition 2023 etc.

TAN KAY NGUAN is famous with his unique way of painting cranes where he received many excellent comments and won many awards with good grace. Kay Nguan’s inclination towards cranes allows him to paint with noble,elegant and graceful posture. His work exhibits the elegant qualities of cranes like exquisite figures whirling in dance, orchestrated by changing light. With unrestrained touch of brushes and natural forms, Kay Nguan fully elaborates the free rein of artistic imagination and further stages a performance of “Dance of Millennium” which is overwhelmed by admiration and enriched the visual enjoyment of all viewers. His creative works of cranes arewell-received and collected by many local and overseas.


Artist: 陈泇元 TAN KAY NGUAN

Size: 46cm X 38cm

Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Price: US $5500


Artist: 陈泇元 TAN KAY NGUAN

Size: 46cm X 38cm

Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Price: US $5500




Renowned art curator Ms BELINDA CHUA who graduated from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, and is also an Art Curator . She has won several awards including IBM Art Award, Australian Bicentennial Art Award, The UOB Painting Of the Year Distinction Award, 3rd Prize Singapore National Day Painting Art Award etc. Also participated the First ASEAN Youth Sculpture workshop and exhibition at Thailand. Participated in numerous group art exhibition in Singapore, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, China and Taiwan etc.

Narcissus flower (1)

Medium: Water-colour Mix Medium

Size: 75cm X 57cm

Price: US $3800

Narcissus flower (2)

Medium: Water-colour Mix Medium

Size: 75cm X 57cm

Price: US $3800





Gloria Keh, 72, participated in over 150 art exhibitions, including Art Expo New York, Shanghai Art Fair, Affordable Art Fairs in Hong Kong and Singapore, Art Basel Red Dot Miami, Contemporary London, Paris Art Fair 2021 & 2022, Tokyo International Art Fair 2021, several biennales in Italy and at the MEAM Barcelona.

Ten solo exhibitions:
Vienna, Austria; three solos in Singapore; Yukyung Art Museum /Haegeumgang Theme Museum, the Daesan Art Museum and the Yeosu Art Museum in South Korea (2022); The Kil Hwan Chang Art Museum (2023) South Korea; Taipei, Taiwan (2023) and the Philippines (2023).

Won over 20 international art awards including the ATIM Top 60 Masters art award 2020 in New York.

Cosmic Letters l

Medium: Ink on Fabriano paper

Size: 40 x 50 cm

Not for sale



Wendy is from Singapore.

It is in the last decade that Wendy picked up her paint and brushes again. Through drawing, it helped her in better self expression and she also uses this media to run workshops to help others rediscover their passions in life.

Wendy’s works have been exhibited in various parts of the world. Formerly trained in graphic design, she paints intuitively and her works are mainly abstracts, using acrylic on canvas. She is also currently experimenting with digital art as she is running out of storage space to keep her canvases at home…

Her dream is to have her own solo exhibition one day.

Wendy is a member of:

1. Women’s Artist Association Singapore and
2. International Professional Art Association, VIPAA, New York USA 3. Fantapia International Art Group (FIAG) – South Korea

Details of Exhibitions participated:
She has since participated in various art exhibitions:
1) My Earliest Artwork curated by Ms Gloria Keh on the 9 Aug 2020
2) 2nd Online International Art Exhibition by Nirantar Art Group – India, from 5 Sept to 30 Sep 2020
3) An International Virtual Art Exhibition for Love of Art from 21 to 24 Sep 2020, conceived and curated by Lalhming Mawii and inaugurated by the Minister of State – Robert Romawia Royte, Mizoram – India
4) 1st International Virtual Art Exhibition organised by Zobra Art Village, Bangladesh, on 16 Oct to 10 Nov 2020. She was also one of the selected artist interviewed by the organisers for the eve

Floral Symphony

Medium: Digital artwork

Size : 2048x2048px

Caged In

Medium: Digital artwork

Size : 2048x2048px



Abu Jalal is the third generation of Singapore’s artist. He paints as an expression of his love for exploring the world’s richness and beauty. Engaging in his profession full-time, he considers painting a therapeutic and meditative process, a form of selfless and beautiful act akin to a spiritual journey. He immerses himself in the realm of colors, portraying diverse subjects with intellectual inclinations and comical compositions.

As the Founder ASEAN International Art Stream (AIAS), Freedom & Love International Art Group (F&L), Vice President for Modern Art Society Singapore (MASS) and a key member of various art societies, he actively organised and participated in various art events globally. Abu Jalal practices Social Commentary art, often challenging viewers to decipher the hidden meanings within his creations. Renowned for his Big Nose Series and bold colours, he has received prestigious accolades, including the UOB Gold Award Painting of the Year 2017.

With a penchant for travel, sketching, reading, and writing, Abu Jalal’s works reflect his sharp observations and conceptual expressions, transforming common ideas with a fundamental concern for society, the environment, and humanity. His global presence spans solo exhibitions and participation in numerous art events worldwide, leaving an indelible mark on the international art scene. In the words of Pablo Picasso, Abu Jalal strives to transform a mere spot into the radiant sun through the transformative power of art.



Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Size: 215cm x 145cm

Year : 2016

Price: SGD$15,000


Moves in Black or White

Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Size: 270cm x 120cm

Year: 2023

Price: SGD $15,000



Born in Singapore, Barry Yeow is a self-taught artist whose interest in drawing started at a very young age. He continued what he loved till after stumbling into some art trainers, his inclination progressed towards further understanding the arts and he became a full-time artist in 2011.

Barry became a gallery owner / art teacher in 2015 and by then has exhibited his work both in local and international exhibitions. Inspired by impressionists such as Monet, his works are often expressed with heavily textured mediums with vibrant and lively hues. His work can be seen to be very spiritually inspired in its approach and he believes that hope is an essential commodity in everyone’s lives. As a result, mural painting is part of his portfolio because he emphasises that happiness can be spread through art making. Creating artwork has given him joy and contentment. He wants his art to impact and inspire others to do likewise. Create.


Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Size: 92cm x 92cm

Price: $6,800


Medium: Mixed media on canvas

Size: 92cm x 92cm

Price: $6,800





An economist turned painter and a brilliant colourist with a strong individualism in her work , Nayanaa Kanodia can be considered to be the pioneer of the genre of L’Art Naif in India. She has held innumerable shows in India and abroad.
Her paintings are in the collection of major art collectors and corporate houses all over the world.

Musee International D’Naif Art in Paris permanently displays her paintings.

She has exhibited and demonstrated her painting techniques in Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

She was the first Indian whose paintings were selected in Paintings In Hospitals.UK.

She has been featured in an international publication, Women in Art by Reinhard Fuchs, a rare honour for any Indian artist.

She was chosen from all the artists of The Commonwealth Countries to have a solo show in their newly renovated complex in London .

Impressed with the social messages being conveyed in her paintings, a consortium of schools in Los Altos, U.S.A. is using her work as a medium of instruction to their students.

She has recently been appointed as a juror for PrismaArt Prize for their Rome Dividere in Europe. She is the first Indian on their panel which is an honour not only for her but also for her country.
She is associated with many charitable societies, gives talks and conducts workshops and presentations on art in various organizations and universities. She is also a judge in art competitions. She has attended Art Camps in India, London, Sweden, Italy, Moscow, Greece, Bangkok and Cambodia.

Her work is characterised by the air of whimsy, flat bright polished surfaces and the extraordinary plethora of intricately worked details and patterns.

Nayanaa says “When the world which disturbs me and the world of which I have a deep understanding are amalgamated and absorbed , a new artistic dialect is created. My paintings intend to make you feel that you are watching a snapshot of life at maximum preposterousness , exuberant and bursting with energy. The conversation I hope to create in my work is a certain truth of life and on a deeper level, a well thought philosophy. Individuals may interpret my paintings in vastly disparate ways and each view will be equally logical and plausible, thought provoking and intriguing.My work delights the viewer with its whimsy yet contains the most important social messages of our lives.”

Modigliani’s Couples

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Size: 30 x 48 inches

Price: Rs.6,75,000/-

The Love of my Life

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Size: 36 x 48 inches

Price:  Rs 8,10,000/



Vrindavan Solanki was born in Junagadh, Gujarat in 1942. He studied Diploma in Painting from M.S. University, Vadodara in 1980, In 1982 he has completed his Post Diploma in Graphics, M.S. University, Vadodara. He was Visiting faculty in NID, Ahmedabad during 1982-87. He was a member of Lalit Kala Academy, Gujarat; 1987-90. From 1969 he exhibited his works across major art galleries of India and also in abroad, including; In 1969, first solo show at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, In 1981, Drawings, Taj Art Gallery, Mumbai; In 1991, Drawings, The Continetal Hotel Curepipe, Mauritius. He has also participated in many group shows including; In 1970, 35th Annual Art Exhibition, Academy of Fine Arts, Calcutta; In 2004, Multiple Encounters, Manhattan Graphics Centre, New-York, USA; In 2004, Art Trend Galleria, Hong-Kong.


Medium: Acrylic on canvas bord

Size: 17-1/2x 13-1/2 inch.

Price: Rs. 2,50,000/- + GST


Medium: Acrylic on canvas bord

Size: 17-1/2x 13-1/2 inch.

Price: Rs. 2,50,000/- + GST



Gurcharan Singh is an Indian painter, known for his figurative paintings.He was born in 1949 at Patiala, in the Indian state of Punjab and studied at Government College of Arts and Crafts, Chandigarh.He has had several and group exhibitions in India and abroad and his works were exhibited at the International Biennale in Tokyo in 1984, at the Contemporary Art Show in Seoul in 1986 and the Festival of Contemporary Art in London in 1988.The Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi and India House, Paris have his on display at their premises. His signature paintings are based on the people from financially compromised classes; The Red Light in Black and White and Les Miserables are two of his notable works.

Procession. ( Ganpati bappa )

Medium: Acrylics on paper.

Size: 22 x 30 inches on paper

Year: 2023

Price: Rs 4,00,000/-



Hailing from Chandigarh, Madan Lal has masterfully conveyed the essence of life through his captivating creations. With an illustrious portfolio boasting more than 150 successful exhibitions on both national and international platforms, he has elevated himself to the status of a seasoned professional artist. His evolution is evidenced by his progression from employing pleasing pastels to embracing flamboyant colors, effectively capturing the symbiotic relationship between humanity and the artificial world.

Madan Lal’s artistic narrative is underscored by a plethora of solo exhibitions held in some of the most eminent art galleries across India. His works have graced renowned venues such as the Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai, Punjab Kala Bhawan in Chandigarh, Triveni Kala Sangam in New Delhi, Art Indus Gallery in New Delhi, and Art Folio in Chandigarh, to name just a few. Each exhibition is a testament to his creative ingenuity and his ability to explore the depths of human expression.

Notably, Madan Lal’s artistic prowess extends beyond the borders of India. His works have found their place in prestigious international exhibitions, such as the World Dubai Art Fair in UAE, POSK Gallery in London, Birla Academy in Kolkata, Asian Art Gallery in the USA, and exhibitions across Stockholm, Sweden, and Nehru Centre in London. These global platforms have provided him the opportunity to weave his art into the tapestry of global culture.

Participation in international camps and workshops has been an integral part of Madan Lal’s artistic journey. From Egypt to Turkey, Macedonia to Dubai, his artistic explorations have spanned across diverse cultures, enriching his perspectives and enhancing his creative palette. His works have been recognized and appreciated, earning him accolades such as the Gold Medal at the All India Exhibition by Avantika in New Delhi and the National Award by Lalit Kala Academy.

Madan Lal’s masterpieces have garnered admiration from art enthusiasts and critics alike, and his works find their homes in prominent galleries across India, the UK, Germany, the USA, and France. His artistic presence resonates through social media platforms, connecting him with a global audience eager to experience his creativity firsthand.

The Journey

Medium: Acrylics on canvas

Size: 24X60 inch

Price: Rs 2,00,000/-

The Pink desire

Medium: Acrylics on canvas

Size: 48X48 inch

Price: Rs 3,25,000/-



My name is Ratan Krishna Saha. I am a sculptor from Mumbai. I studied Bachelor in Arts from Ravindra Bharati University, Kolkata and Masters from M.S. University, Baroda. I have received National Award from the hands of the honourable President of India, Shri Ramnath Kovind in the year 2020. I mostly work in metal. I have done a series of exhibitions on sculptures of bulls. I also did an exhibition based on farmers in 2019. Now, I am experimenting sculptures on horses with the title ‘Nature’. I have done more than 15 solo shows (many of them in Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai) and more than 50 group shows with auctions, in India and abroad. Many of my collections are present in museums and collectors in India and abroad.



Medium: Brass

Size: 26″ x 17″ x 8″.

Price:  Rs, 3,50,000/-


Medium: Brass

Size: 22″ x 16″ x 7″.

Price: Rs, 3,00, 000/-



There are, times, when, if you look. intently at the sun rising, you might be tempted to believe that there is some force beyond the apparent, which is stealthily squeezing color all over the horizon and gradually, by degrees, the entire skyscape shudders with innumerable hues of every sort. This is somewhat akin to the feeling one gets as one faces Vipta Kapadia’s canvases.
Color emerges, erupts, jostles with other colors and vies for attention as you smilingly admit that each stroke forms an architectonic relationship with the rest. Fingers of paint outline a psyche which seems to source from nature herself.

Vipta has, over a period of time, revelled in her thought processes and has defined them in abstract forms, but these very abstractions declare quite distinctly her deep subliminal bonding with nature. Her language is supple and fulfilling, abstract as well as articulate.

Color comes to Vipta as naturally and energetically as gurgling laughter to a child and to this end therefore, it would be obvious to term her a colorist. “Obvious” but also a bit simplistic. This is because the upsurge of color may be as irreversible as the pigment from its tube but it is tranquil, lyrical and in search of something intangible. It is impassioned but not uncontrolled. The artist meanders as a vocalist would, during an “alaap” but orchestrates her rudiments (her line, color, form and so on) with precision and delight.

 Untitled 1

Artist’s Name: Vipta Kapadia

Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Size: 14″ × 14″

Year: 2023

Price:  Rs.50,000/-

Untitled- 2

Artist’s Name: Vipta Kapadia

Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Size: 14″ × 14″

Year: 2023

Price:  Rs.50,000/-



Graduated ( B .Fine -Painting) form Santiniketan- Visva Bharati in the year 1992. Post Graduated (M.Fine -mural painting) form Santiniketan- Visva Bharati in the year 1994.

My childhood was highly fabricated by the lyrical intimacy of terracotta temple. I shared my joy and frustrations, love and loneliness with the rhythm of terracotta and the mysterious patterns of temple architecture. My childhood memories reverberate with the screeches of bats. I am highly nostalgic of ‘those’ days at the corridors of terracotta temples. I am from Bishnupur, West Bengal- the town of terracotta temples.

My entry as a student of fine arts, into the open and free environs of Santiniketan, in the year 1987, gave me an opportunity to explore my inner expressions in various forms of art.

It was here, I started realising ‘art’ and its integral relationship with life. Different forms of art like visual and performing, music- folk and classical, I experienced before, now started having more meaning and significance, guided efficiently by my gurus Jogenda, Sanatda, Suhasda, Sarbarida, Nandada, Laluda, Somnathda.

I completed my fine arts degree in the year 1992 and started my first lesson on mural painting from Manida. As a student of masters’ degree (1992-1994) in mural, I started to get a clearer vision of the term ‘wall’ between the man and nature- man and god. This idea is reflected in my everyday interactions with fellow beings of all ages, classes and sexes.

I believe the concept of ‘Durga-Mahishasura’ are not merely a part of mythology, but is very much a concept of today it is an expression of the faith ,of triumph of good over evil. Durga the modern day representation of compassion, truth and magnanimity in short life itself as against Mahishasura the representation of greed , self and ego.

The interplay of texture on rough surface of canvas ground reflects the present day’s complexity of human relationships that could be so simple and easy, yet is an effort, an attempt and a struggle to hold on tight, for fear of losing and of letting go. I carry my mandolin singing the pattern of Bengali folk singers, and sometimes become very silent. Silent to listen to the rhythm of emptiness. The sound of bats and squirrels on a quiet midday. In the temple corridors of Bishnupur.


Medium: Mixed Media on Canvas

Year: 2024

Size: 4X4 ft

Price: Rs 4,80,000/–


Medium: Mixed media on Canvas

Size: 3x3FT

Year: 2024

Price: Rs 2,70,000/-



Maitreyi is a freelance artist and has been painting for more than 28 years. Maitreyi is born and brought up in Kolkata. She studied BVA from Rabindra Bharati University, Jorasanko, and College of Visual Arts, Kolkata. She is based in Delhi/NCR.

She has participated in prestigious national and international exhibitions and received recognitions, including Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Award, Make in India awards, Karma Veer Chakra award (bronze, silver & gold) instituted by international confederation of NGOs and United Nations along with Rex Global Fellowships. Her art contributes to the power to move people profoundly, to empower our society and people’s attitude towards social responsibility.

Art for her is the manifestation of society’s reality, diversity and culture.

She reimagines a space for women unhinged by the taboos of society, while projecting on the canvas the experiences that she goes through on a personal level, infusing the intricate and the intimate with a raw emotional intensity.

The dexterity and diligence shown by her in the field of art has been praised by numerous established organisations worldwide.

Maitreyi Nandi’s figurative paintings take surreal forms, embracing contradiction while combining elements of control and freedom, as she delves into the inner lives of her subjects, uncovering their fears, desires, ambitions, despairs, and hopes. Drawing from the position of women in society, Nandi speaks of the independence of women, but also points out the existing limitations, dogmas, and gender biases that still prevail. Through her art, she reimagines a space for women unhinged by the taboos of society, while projecting on the canvas the experiences that she goes through on a personal level. Her figurative paintings take surreal forms while working with the female body and exploring the tensions between being a woman, the relations to self and society, and the transformations seen through ideas of beauty, power, and intrigue.

Maitreyi Nandi’s works are in public & private collections in Australia, Singapore, Switzerland, Germany, Dubai, Egypt (private collection and the Embassy of India), the Luciano Benetton Collection in Italy, and in India among others.

Other than painting and singing, she has dedicated herself to women empowerment through some leading NGOs as a creative partner. She is in a continuous quest to realise her dreams.


Searching for the missing soul

Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Size: 38”X48”(aprox)

Price: Rs. 3,85,000/-

The new born time

Medium: Acrylic on canvas

Size: 36”x48” (aprox)

Price: Rs. 3,85,000/-



Faisal Mateen is a renowned artist of INDIA. He has been active in the field of “Art and Designing” since 35 years. He is the founder of “Art for Cause”, “I Design Dreams” and created “Surma Bhopali” a fictional cartoon. He worked as an art teacher in famous boarding school Oak Grove School-Jharipani (Mussoorie). He has over 50 group and solo physical art exhibitions 30 Online exhibition in Pandemic time (Including 2 exhibitions held in famous Jehangir Art Gallery Mumbai) to his credit, he has conducted 5 auction of his artworks to help the people suffering due to the Pandemic. Now He was working as illustrator & artist in Mr Neelesh Misra’s Slow contents Pvt Ltd. (Mumbai) Just he got the award ” Faqre- Bhopal ” By Begums of Bhopal at pari bazaar 3. Took part in 2023 World peace exhibition that took place in Iran, Venezuela, Egypt. Romania, Also exhibited paintings in France, USA, UK, KSA and UAE. Amid all this, also made paintings/ artworks for Kabeera (Indian Khadi) , Mrignayani (Hastashilp vikas nigam, Vindhya Valley and Nabaad (National Agriculture bank)

Ratua Village

Artist name: Faisal Mateen

Medium: watercolour

Size: 22 x 14.5 inches

Price: Rs. 30,000/-

Holi colors Festival

Artist name: Faisal Mateen

Medium: watercolour

Size: 15 x 16 inches

Price: Rs. 25,000/-




Sathya Gowthaman, an agricultural engineer from TNAU- Coimbatore , took to Arts from an early age. Mostly a self taught Artist, with a part time diploma in Western Arts from NAFA- Singapore, Sathya later honed her skills under the guidance of established Artist GnanaDickam .

Born and brought up in Tamil Nadu, India , which is known for its ancient temples and architecture, Sathya grew up in awe of the Chola bronzes, their beauty and the architecture of the Chola Temples., This fascination built over time and turned into a drive to bring awareness on the lost sculptures and the importance of preserving India’s heritage through her series ‘ Sculptures On Canvas’ ! The sculptures painted mostly are inspired by the bronzes belonging to the medieval Chola period which is considered as the Golden Age of South India as Art, Architecture and literature prospered during this time and also to Vijayanagara period .

Sathya has exhibited her works in many International Art fairs like Affordable Art fair, Art Stage, India Art Festival Mumbai and many others in Singapore, Dubai and India since 2016., Her artworks are owned by private collectors across the world.


Bhudevi ( inspired by a 11th century Chola bronze. Current location of original sculpture at LACMA, USA)

Artist name- Sathya Gowthaman

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Size: 40” by 30”

Year: 2023

Price: Rs.1,66,000/-

Kothanda Ramar ( Inspired by a Vijayanagara bronze. The original sculpture has been stolen multiple times and successfully brought back to its original location Paruthiyur , Tamil Nadu)

Artist name- Sathya Gowthaman

Medium: Oil on Canvas

Size: 36” by 36”

Year: 2021

Price: Rs.1,80,000/-



Sanjukta Arun is a Well known Contemporary Artist based in Mumbai. She is a Curator And Founder, Director of La Aartemisia Private Limited.

She also owns a designer label Sanjukta Arun which deals in wearable art, supporting artists and artisans from the interiors of the country.

She has an MBA in Sales & Marketing and Diploma in International business.

After a short stint in the Corporate sector, Sanjukta took to her inner calling and surrendered herself to Art, about 29 yrs back and made it her profession.

Through her years in the Art industry, she has gained recognition and is very well recognised by Art lovers and Art connoisseurs.

She has carved a niche for herself in the art industry. . She has trained extensively in Art, during her association with the aer world.

She has participated in 75 exhibitions, both in India and overseas, With 26 Solo shows, to her credit. Also 5 Online Solo shows.

Her last show, was in aid of Children battling Cancer and CPAA. Which she has been doing for a number of years. Funds raised through sale of paintings is used for treating the children.

She works extensively for the benefit of Cancer Bravehearts and Children with special needs.

She also conducts Art Therapy workshops with Corporates

She has conducted Art sessions for Rotary Club and Inner Wheel Club.

She has conducted art sessions for Dharavi school teachers, for the Rotary club.

She is the Immediate President of Inner Wheel Club of Bombay North,

Inner Wheel Club is the largest Womens voluntary service organisation.

Music is her passion.

Recent Art Exhibitions held include, Solo show of paintings at Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai and Nehru Centre, Mumbai, ( As a support towards Children battling Cancer in association with CPAA, a 54 yrs old ngo supporting Cancer survivors)

She has won many Awards and recognitions.
Award from CPAA for supporting Cancer survivors.

Excellence award from Inner Wheel Club of Bombay North, for international presence in the field of Art and Culture.

Excellence award from India Business Group chamber of Commerce, Mumbai. And many more. Recepient of Mid -Day Powerful Women Award for Iconic Entrepreneur Award for Art & Culture, 2023.

AIWAA All India Womens achievers award for Arts and Culture

Pillars of Maharashtra Award 2023 for Arts and Culture
Shri Mahatma Gandhi Rashtfiya Abhiman puraskar for Arts and Culture.

She is the Secretary of India Fine Arts Council, Mumbai, A premier organisation associated with Arts and Culture.

She has been appointed as Art Director ( India) for IAA, Greece, affiliate of UNESCO.

Spring Bloom.

Medium: Acrylics on Canvas

Size: 40”x 40”

Price: Rs.2,75,000/-.

Deep Forest -1

Artist : Sanjukta Arun

Medium: Acrylics on Canvas

Size: 40”x40”

Price: Rs.2,75,000/-.