Artist Goa, India
Location: Domestic Arrivals Corridor
Art discs made of re-used boats
The mysterious beauty of Nature embodies the human psyche in the artist’s interpretation of Paradise. Divine Feminism is represented through the lady having six hands, symbolising strength and power. The painter depicts positive energy through the floating forms of men and women in different forms. Traditional and modern impressionism also come into play, with dancing animals adorning the outskirts of the painting.
About the Artist
Born in 1985 in Goa, Veenita Sadguru Chendvankar was deeply impacted by the traditional art forms she grew up with. She pursued her higher studies from the Goa College of Fine Arts in 2008. Her artwork mainly revolves around the synthesis of Nature and Fantasy in the broadest and purest sense of the term. Adopting an experimental art style, she incorporates every shade, hue and tint to splash her universe onto paper. Her dreams and memories help her to create ethereal landscapes, which have earned her various accolades such as the Odisha Lalit Kala Akademi National Award in 2012 and the Lalit Kala Akademi National Award 60th National Exhibition of Art New-Delhi.