Explore the ethereal
South Korean artist Kim Seola's serene watercolour artworks are a must-dekko for those who appreciate the delicate aspects of nature, especially at its pivotal juncture such as the metamorphosis of a caterpillar, the blooming of a flower and ripening of a fruit
Residing in Baroda, since 2009, her Indian solo debut is all about ethereal impressions. One can appreciate the feather-handedness in her works that shows the effort and meticulousness involved in the strokes.
A post-graduate student of Visual Arts (Painting), Seola’s works explore several themes ranging from femininity to differences in perspective.
From sensation to memories, Seola’s works are multi-layered and evoke a different imagery as per the viewer. Peep in at the Momentary Sonorant before it’s too late!
At: Sakshi Art Gallery, 11-A, ground floor, Tanna House, Nathalal Parekh Road, Colaba.