All About Art
A Visionary life style
It makes great sense when the founder talks about the vision of her act. Know what makes Aashna to set up PozoArt and what it means to her. Watch the video to hear her thoughts about art and her goals.
SHOBHA BROOTA speaks with Aashna Abrol about her sustenance of passion and creative learning
Having spoken with Shobha on the phone, not only we exchanged our common love for taking up immediate challenges but I also learned the significance of creativity irrespective of what medium one selects. She taught at St. Thomas School and Triveni Kala Sangam from 1964 to 1970 and 1970 to 1994, respectively. At the same time, sharing her childhood stories, she sportingly tells us that as a kid her teachers described her ‘reticent’.
1967 - 17 Nov 2020
Anjum had that effect on everyone. She was diligent, dedicated, passionate about her world and her work. Thus, it was natural to expect that she would follow in her parents’ footsteps as their protege. This was not the case and she did not let the spotlight on her parents overshadow her true love for exploring her interest in urban ecology and ecological degradation. Though there is no denying her parents invaluable influence on her from childhood would give her the foundation to pursue her passion and interest in both biology and art. Her love for both would create a nexus in Anjum’s palette illuminating it with images combining aesthetic with science and-yet producing a world that was philosophically artistic
Artist Of The Month
When I asked about how pandemic has been fruitful to her creative expressions, she shared about the change in the colour palette to red and pink and the relative series. Talking to Madhuri Badhuri charged me with optimism and a never-give-up attitude. Her paintings reflect not only nature but also beam the ray of hope and contentment! Today, they are a part of several corporate and esteemed art collections.