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As part of Celebration of Women Artists, Cobalt Blue Foundation presents 14th Edition of Art Of Seeing: Art Of Melancholy - The Story of Amrita Sher-Gil.
Join us to hear the story of India's most celebrated woman artist, her struggles, her triumphs, and her legacy. We will be discussing the life & art of Amrita Sher-Gil through her work and the evolution of her art through the prism of her life events.
Date & Time: Sunday, 17th March. 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM.
Venue: National Gallery of Modern Art, Jaipur House, New Delhi.
(Includes a FREE 'Art Of Seeing Kit')
About Your Hosts:
Sundeep & Ruchi invented 'Art of Seeing' Walks around India covering various Art Galleries & Museums to generate more interest in art for people.
Sundeep Verma has worked for 17 years in advertising & marketing with agencies like Ogilvy, Grey Worldwide & Omnicom Group. He is an author, graphic novelist and storyteller. He did his Masters in Narrative Environment Design from prestigious Central Saint Martins College, UK. He has conducted many workshops & talks on psychology & human behavior.
Ruchi Goyal Kaura is a practicing counseling psychologist who believes in the therapeutic value of expressive arts. She has studied art from NIFT and Nottingham Trent University, UK. She had been working in the area of Art Therapy, Mindfulness and Color Therapy for the last 8 years. She is also an accomplished visual artist with solo exhibitions at IHC, Amsterdam, and the UK. Ruchi has rich experience in conducting workshops for MNCs and institutes.
Together they founded Cobalt Blue Foundation - A community organization working in the field of Storytelling, Narrative & Expressive Arts by facilitating public engagement, research & thought-leadership.