Tuesday, October 19, 2010
12:30 PM TAIN No comments
TAIN is hosting artist Diana Buhariwala on the 12th and 13th of November, 2010 in Pune. Diana has been painting since the age of 3 – beginning to hone her skills on the walls of her house. Now at the age of 22, and currently pursuing a Masters in English Literature from Nowrosjee Wadia College, Diana finds painting therapeutic – mostly because it’s a means of expression for her, a means that she finds reliable.
Her inspiration comes from many places, but mainly it comes from looking at a blank canvas. For her, a blank canvas is a crime and she feels that it should not be left blank for very long. Diana specializes in Nature and landscapes, but is currently experimenting in horses. She has showcased in Bombay previously, three years ago at a private exhibition.
For Diana, being cash-strapped is less important than being idea-strapped. She needs to express herself via her painting almost immediately after she gets the image in her head. She lives by the ideal that “Don’t ever keep your heart away, just fertilize the most primitive idea that the Maker imprints your mind and let it bloom as a fresh flower.”
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