A story of Swati Pasari where she celebrates life through her Artwork!

Born to a family of entrepreneurs, Swati found her calling in art at a quite young age. After completing her graduation from Australia, she joined the family business for a short while but soon realized that art was her true calling. Thus she refused the chosen path of taking over the family business and followed the call of the artist inside her and pursued her dream. A mere pastime became the passion of her life. Though the formal artistic journey started only in 2007 it has not taken her long to acquire a prominent position in the world of painting where her work is being exhibited and appreciated all over the world.

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For Swati Pasari painting is not just an expression of her thoughts but also a journey to seek out and reach her inner soul. Her constant quest for spirituality finds expression in her art which she uses as a tool to reach to the divine.

Swati has exhibited in galleries across India which includes prominent names like IndiaHabitat Centre -New Delhi, State Art Gallery – Hyderabad, Academy of Fine Arts Kolkata Emami Chisel Art Gallery –Kolkata,Dhoomimal Art Gallery -New Delhi, Samara Art Gallery -Ahmedabad,Sublime Galleria -Bangalore and in international destinations like London, Dubai ,Tokyo, Houston among others. She has been prominently covered in several national and international media. Several eminent art critics have reviewed her work and shared positive testimonials. Her works are a depiction of her inner self manifested through textures, colors and hues, which not only bring peace to her but also spread an aura of positivity to those who comes in contact with her works. Swati Pasari celebrates divinity and immortalization through her art.

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Swati does not pre-plan a painting, and neither does she know where a painting will take her. When she enters into the process of painting she often enters a new dimension,where she just takes off on a journey to reach her inner soul and find peace and spirituality. When asked about how she could decide whether her work was complete Swati replied that it was a tough call and was often difficult to ascertain. But when you look into a piece of art, you feel a sense of completeness and that feeling spreads to your inner being. That is when she understands her journey has been completed and that is when she finishes her painting. Each painting reflects her soul and she gets to introspect the various dimensions of her inner being .

She looks at each painting as a mirror that portrays herself and all that she stands for. Being a Pranic Healer, she has a strong spiritual side to herself and most of her paintings are made with the intention of spreading positivity.

“They say that you have to be lost in order to be found. Every artist strives for inner peace, and art is only a method of finding inner wholesomeness”, adds Swati.

Details of her Art Work

Krishna: Lord Krishna has revealed purest forms of love to us.  He is in love with poetry, life, music and dance. Love can heal your wounds and cleanse your mind. This beautiful sculpture by Swati Pasari showcases the power of love which can raise us to a higher level.

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Buddha: Compassion is the essence of spiritual life; it is the root of Buddhism and one of the main pillars of Buddha’s teachings. This amazing sculpture by Swati Pasari is a fond reminder that in order to realize enlightenment a person must develop two important qualities: compassion and wisdom.

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Quote by Swati

“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.”

PS: Thank you Alliance PR for giving me this opportunity to publish this on my blog.

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