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Prachi Sahasrabudhe

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About Artist

Prachi Sahasrabudhe is an India based Artist, prominently working in Printmaking and Drawing Mediums, who is Graduated in Painting from Sir. J.J School of Art, Mumbai and Post Graduated in Printmaking from Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan, West Bengal

Currently She works as an art facilitator in an Architecture college in Bangalore City in Karnataka, India. Besides her teaching job she is continuing her printmaking Practice in her personal studio space, “Tints and Prints Studio”, as she proclaims it. (@tints_and_prints on Instagram)

She has been consistently participating in various National level Group exhibitions in different states of India and International Printmaking exhibitions and exchange programmes, some of which are:

“THE 4TH INTERNATIONAL PRINTMAKING TRIENNIAL”, Belgrade, SERBIA. (2020)

“HIGH GRAPHICS 2020”, International Contemporary Project in printed Graphics, RUSSIA. (2020)

 

“THE INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL ENGRAVIST PRINTMAKING BIENNIAL”, Istanbul, TURKEY. (2020)

“ART IN ISOLATION”, experimental art exhibition, North Dakota Museum of Art, North Dakota, U.S.A. (2020)

“PRO PRINTMAKER WORLD PREMIER EXHIBITION” by Kolkata Ink in Collaboration with Nippon Art Gallery, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India (2020)

‘DIVERSITY IN INDIAN PRINTMAKING ART’, National Art Exhibition, organised by Gallery Artoz, Bagore Palace, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India (2019)

Honorary mention award and participation in 'INTERNATIONAL DRAWING BIENNALE EXHIBITION’-India 2018-19, powered by Ankan Art Associates, Noida, UP. (2019)

 

‘A VOICE TO A VOICE’, International Print Exchange Program 2019, organised by IPEP INDIA, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India (2019)

‘INTERNATIONAL GRAPHIC PRINT EXCHANGE PROGRAM 2019’, organised by Gallery Artoz, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India (2019)

‘92nd ANNUAL ALL INDIA ART EXHIBITION 2019’, at AIFACS, NEW DELHI. (2019)

‘INTERNATIONAL ENGRAVING BINNIAL 2019’, 3rd Edition, at the Art Museum Iasi, Romania. (2019)

Annual Art Exhibition by Bombay Art Society at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, MAHARASHTRA. (2018)

INTERNATIONAL SMALL ETCHING BIENNIAL Graphium, Timisoara, Romania. (2018)

3RD INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL OF MINIPRINT, Proyect Arte Asociacion Civil, Laguna Paiva, Argentina.  (2018)

‘GRADIENTS’ - An Art Exhibition of Handmade Prints, Thane, Maharashtra, India (2017)

 

 

 

She has been a recipient of,

National Scholarship for Young Artist by Indian Ministry of Culture, New Delhi, India in (2018)

 As well as attended residencies and printmaking workshops in different Indian States, such as:

GRAPHIC ART RESIDENCY at Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India (2018)

‘INTERNATIONAL NON-TOXIC PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP CUM SEMINAR 2019’, at IKSVV University of Music & Fine Art, Khairagarh, Chattisgarh, India. (2019)

 NATIONAL LEVEL PRINTMAKING WORKSHOP organized by Institute of Music &Fine Art, Jammu University, J&K, India. (2018)

 

Besides, her work is on display on various virtual gallery platforms in India,

Recipient of Golden Brush Awards, March 2020 and Artworks Featured in IG Gallery platform ARTILD Gallery, Bangalore.

 

'My works serve the senses with my emotional experience as an artist caught in the crossover between cities and villages. In an increasingly mechanical world, my vision is to encourage the viewer to delve in the details and feel the physical and psychological connection that we have with the nature around us. The compositions are lyrical reformations of the places I visit, surroundings I live in with a personal experience and memories related to it.

I generally work on various series simultaneously that include topics based on Nature, self-expression, society , surroundings and fantasy. The body of works that I create in these series consist of several themes and narratives that are triggered from the daily occurrences and experiences that generate some intense thought processes in my mind.

I mostly title my works metaphorically so that the viewer gets a freedom to look at the artwork in his/her perceptions."

 

Prachi Sahasrabudhe