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Gallerie Angel Arts always comes up with interesting ways to showcase their brand of young artists. A pleasure to see Gallerie Angel Arts grow and evolve in to having a collection of great art.
One has to be an ardent admirer of art and have an understanding of how personal an expression it is to be able to bring it to our lives and homes the way Gallerie Angel Arts does. Reshma and Shweta are women that chose art to spread joy! And they know how :).
As far back as I know Reshma, she has always brought to me, young quirky and at the same time investment worthy art. She is my one stop solution to everything ART.
Gallerie Angel Arts has to be the most creative bunch of people I’ve come across. Not only do they have lovely art but also always come up with shows that are out of the box and innovative. Look forward to many more of their shows.
Gallerie Angel Arts sells interesting art. They think out of the box and every event is interesting and unique. A pleasure to buy from them.
What I like most about Gallerie Angel Arts is their repertoire of artists. From masters to upcoming fresh artists. Reshma and Shweta always have something fresh and new to show.
Art to me is personal and ever changing. A manifestation of expression of life and Shweta puts this experience as an integral part of their vision for Gallerie Angel Arts. Gallerie Angel Arts always comes up with interesting ways to showcase their brand of young artists. A pleasure to see Gallerie Angel Arts grow and evolve into having a portfolio of great art.
My Go-To Gallery for the best contemporary Indian Art. The gallery gives you a wide range to choose from and the artists are handpicked by the owners which adds a personal touch.
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There are various ways to help tackle mental health, the one we’re talking about today is; Art Therapy. It is one of the intersections where mental health and art meet, where the art is not based on one’s knowledge of the subject, neither on ability, but solely “by accessing imagination and creativity, qualities which all […]
Artists have used their talents to express their battles with mental health issues and the stigma that surrounds it through their creativity, whether it be paints on canvas, music and lyrics or even dance, they have used their preferred mediums to depict what it is like to live with an illness that can’t be cured […]
Mental Health has never been hidden in the world of art, it is actually quite the opposite; it has always been expressed through it. From Van Gogh’s ear cutting to Yayoi Kusama’s dotted installations and colourful sculptures “originat[ing] from hallucinations only she can see.” Even Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream,’ which is said to be inspired […]