Sounds of Nature – Piano Art

Nupur Nishith has painted a piano in the motifs inspired from the Mithila / Madhubani Paintings an ancient folk art from India for New York based organisation Sing for Hope, as part of the largest public display initiative in New York in 2017 . Base: Wooden Piano | Paint: Acrylic colors | Mode: Handmade Painting […]

Matritva (Motherhood)

Matritva means motherhood in Sanskrit. Mither grows her child with utmost love, affection and care. She tries to imbibe her child with all the knowledge and prepares him or her to face the world.   This painting talks about Mother and how she tries to transfer the knowledge and prepares her child for the world. […]

Kavach (Shield)

Kavach means Shield in Hindi. In ancient times soldiers used to wear armours to protect themselves during war.  This painting has tried to depict how man and woman tie together with love and form a shield to create, nurture and protect the world. With the changing times in era of globalization this men and women […]

Science is Fun

Science for Fun as the name suggests is a fun way to promote science amongst kids through nature and fun. This painting depicts an amalgamation of science through nature with laboratory. My art is inspired from the motifs of an ancient folk art from India , Mithila Painting or as popularly known Madhubani painting.  I have evolved a […]

Garbha Chakra

From the darkness of the womb I will fly out as color, time only will tell stories of my valor. From this cocoon, I may fly away, but struggle of my life, here, it will stay. This painting depicts the struggle during the birth. Here its represented with the struggle of a caterpillar to transform […]

Divya Jyoti – Divine Light

Divya Jyoti means Divine Light in Sanskrit.  Even though this painting draws huge inspiration from the Diwali festival of hindus the celebrations can relate to any festival of any culture or religion of the world.  This painting highlights the light from a Diya or clay lamp which forms the abode of divinity. This forms the […]

Cleopatra – the Beautiful Queen

Cleopatra was the queen of Egypt who is considered as the most beautiful woman in human history. For centuries people had admired her talent and appearance. Girls dream to look like her.  “For she was a woman of surpassing beauty, and at that time, when she was in the prime of her youth, she was most […]

Kalpavriksha – Tree of Life

Kalpavriksha means the tree of life, also meaning “World Tree” in Sanskrit.  One can find it mentioned in the Hindu text Vedas.  In Jainism, Kalpavrikshas are wish-granting trees which fulfill the desires of people in initial stages of worldly cycle. In Buddhism a small wish granting tree is depicted decorating the upper part of the “long-life […]

Saha-Astitva (Co-existence)

Saha- astitva means co-existence in Sanskrit language.  This painting is part of the series on Five elements of Nature – bhumi (Earth),  Jal (Water) , Agni (Fire) , Vayu (Air)  and Akash (Sky). It is said that all of creation, including the human body, is made up of these five essential elements and that upon death, the human body […]

Panchtatva – Five Elements

Panchatatva is a Sanskrit word meaning Five Truths or Five Elements. क्षिति जल पाव क गगन समीरा The system of five elements are  found in Vedas.  the Panch Mahabhuta or “five great elements”, of Hinduism are bhumi (Earth),  Jal (Water) , Agni (Fire) , Vayu (Air)  and Akash (Sky).   It is said that all of creation, including the human […]