Paintings on fabric by Vishwajyoti Mohrhoff

  In the Bhagavad Gita, "Visargah" signifies
the universal creative impulse and energy.
One fascinating aspect of
Indian sculpture is how it
unites opposites:
Shiva's dance of
destruction makes room for
new creation.
Yet his face reflects the calm
that supports all cosmic action.
Another example:
Ganesh's massive
body contrasts with the
grace and lightness of his dance.


As you can see, one of the favorite themes of my paintings is Indian sculptures.
Check this
Indian Sculptures for more. My second favorite theme is flowers: Flowers

  I was born in 1966 in Madhya Pradesh, the heart of India, grew up in the Sri Aurobindo Ashram, and studied at the Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education, both in Pondicherry. Five or six years ago, I was presented with a sleek airbrush and a monstrous compressor. At first I didn't know what to do with it, but after some experimenting, I discovered its potential and fell in love with it (the airbrush, not the compressor). In 1998 I held my first exhibition, in which I sold two thirds of the paintings and received several orders for new paintings. Presently some of my work is shown at Ramana's Art Gallery, also in Pondicherry.

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