“I am inspired by the stillness within me. My art celebrates colors, organic forms and sensory experiences based on basic human emotions, and reactions.” Ghuge says.
Inspired by the cellular systems of the natural world, Ghuge deploys various print making techniques on hand made paper plates that she assembles into reef like forms suggestive of sponges or shellfish clusters or improbably massive wasp nests. It is all about home and how creatures large and small situate themselves within their environment as well as psychically within themselves. This process of situating oneself within routinely shifting conditions is common to all life forms and Ghuge’s meditative immersion in this most fundamental of creative processes offers intuitive insights and even intimations of solace.
Courtesy of Abhidnya Ghuge