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Vartika Singh b. 1989 has earned a Master in Fine Arts degree in painting, from the Aligarh Muslim University. She has been very passionate about drawing from her early childhood. Each of her sketches reflects emotions, often with literal messages. She majorly works in mix media. Visit, share & feel free to send in your query emails either for commissioned piece or for simply owning an 'Original' one. All artworks & paintings displayed are copyri ... View More

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There's this series of tiny artworks I have been doing, during my last train journey from Delhi to Hyderabad.

There's this series of tiny artworks I have been doing, during my last train journey from Delhi to Hyderabad. These brown rusty paper are nostalgic bits in the form of reminiscence narrating a story about older times. Usually, girl & flowers share the frame in most of my works but this series is gets a little different from the monochromatic dullness with a tint of the brown backdrop. Check it's first artwork here http://www.vartikart.com/artworks/brown-profile-1/13 Follow me on insta: http://instagram.com/artistvartika #Brown #AbstractArt #AbstractFigurative #Drawing #VartikaSingh #ContemporaryArt #women #girl

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2019-09-18T18:46:14
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There's this series of tiny artworks I have been doing, during my last train journey from Delhi to Hyderabad.
We don’t have to tell you that making a living as an artist is tough. Working long hours, constantly changing

We don’t have to tell you that making a living as an artist is tough. Working long hours, constantly changing things and obsessing over the smallest details, struggling financially… Then why do they do it? Because there is no other way for them, it’s in their blood, their DNA. Being a full-time artist is challenging, but the rewards can be out of this world.

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2019-07-25T20:00:26
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We don’t have to tell you that making a living as an artist is tough. Working long hours, constantly changing
Question: Why do you draw, and why do you draw what you draw? I see that my work is inspired by the visual in

Question: Why do you draw, and why do you draw what you draw? I see that my work is inspired by the visual investigation of the events that occur around me and come to my notice by different mediums. I see that there is a wide gap between how beauty needs to be portrayed versus how it is currently portrayed. From a ‘deity’ to an ‘abused’, what is the perception of femininity and what is it in reality? And this is just one example of how it comes to one’s notice. Besides being a female myself, when I see objects around me, I see them in basic shapes such as lines, circles, and squares. I used to notice the texture, forms and the fluidness of clothes and primarily their emotion. I usually think and draw objects or people as 2D rather 3D. #FineArtist #Paintings #ArtistStruggle #Artist #ContemporaryArt #Impressionism #Drawings #HomeDecor #Perception #Feminism #InteriorDesign #Colors #ArtSelection #ArtCollectors

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2019-03-30T04:23:36
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Question: Why do you draw, and why do you draw what you draw?I see that my work is inspired by the visual in
Minimal Subject, Maximum Idea. We don’t have to tell you that making a living as an artist is tough. Working

Minimal Subject, Maximum Idea. We don’t have to tell you that making a living as an artist is tough. Working long hours, constantly changing things and obsessing over the smallest details, struggling financially… Then why do they do it? Because there is no other way for them, it’s in their blood, their DNA. Being a full-time artist is challenging, but the rewards can be out of this world. There is no greater feeling than watching your dream piece come to life just the way you wanted or being astonished and amazed at how well your work has been received at your latest exhibition. In light of this, we’d like to present to you a few ‘then and now’ success stories, as told by the artists themselves. We start the series with Hyderabad-based Vartika Singh who’s known for her soulful figurative work that “showcases the idea of femininity, which looks for something that a female doesn’t know but desires from within as a reflection of herself, ” she explains. #FineArtist #Paintings #ArtistStruggle #Artist #ContemporaryArt #Impressionism #Drawings #HomeDecor #Perception #Feminism #InteriorDesign #Colors #ArtSelection #ArtCollectors

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2019-03-30T04:17:53
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Minimal Subject, Maximum Idea.We don’t have to tell you that making a living as an artist is tough. Working
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ARTICLES

My interview with Art Soul Life Magazine 2019-03-30T04:07:54
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My interview with Art Soul Life Magazine

Drawing Series portfolio 2018-08-08T14:20:33
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Drawing Series portfolio

Bēhance Profile 2018-08-08T14:20:33
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Bēhance Profile

Other Profiles 2019-09-18T18:56:27
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Other Profiles

Mojarto Profile 2018-08-08T14:20:33
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Mojarto Profile

Vartika Singh: Artist Biography 2019-09-19T04:37:41
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Vartika Singh: Artist Biography

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