Oil And Acrylic Paintings by

Sunitha Krishna

Artist Sunitha Krishna

Joined Craft Tatva: May 2021

A Science graduate and an MBA Finance by profession, Art for her has been a passion since childhood. Paintings using water color medium was the favorite and which continues to challenge her. She did not have any formal training in art until late 2014 when she decided to start oil painting. Another passion of her’s is photography which, she continues whenever time permits. Originally belonging to Kochi, Kerala, she is now settled in Bangalore with her husband and son.

Focus Areas: Riverscape, Landscapes, etc

Artworks by Sunitha Krishna

About Sunitha Krishna

About  her

A Science graduate and an MBA Finance by profession, Art for her has been a passion since childhood. Paintings using water color medium was the favorite and which continues to challenge her. She did not have any formal training in art until late 2014 when I decided to start oil painting.

Another passion of her’s is photography which I continue whenever time permits.

Originally belonging to Kochi, Kerala, she is now settled in Bangalore with her husband and son.

Her Journey

Sunitha Krishna has been passionate about art since childhood, first specializing in watercolor; a medium that continues to challenge and invigorate her even today. Sunitha experimented with landscapes and drew inspiration from everyday realities as her artistic journey progressed. She began formal training in 2014.

With the tutelage of acclaimed mentors, Sunitha then experimented with alternative mediums such as Oil, Acrylic and Pencil Sketches, and continues to consciously create new dialogues and conversations with her art.  Many of her paintings have found new homes; one going  international.

She remembers R W Emerson’s words – “Every Artist was first an Amateur”. She continues to be an amateur with the zeal to learn more.

Exhibitions

Had been participant to group exhibition held at the Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, Bangalore conducted by AKR School of Arts during 2015 & 2017, Chitra Kala Sangam in 2018, Akanksha 2019 ,Saturnalia 2019, Wide Canvas – Tribute to Armed Forces, 2020 (Online), Chitra Sante 2021 (Online), Special Invitation to International Watercolor Exhibition , Japan 2021 (Online).

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