Abhinav Yagnik is a visual artist, pursuing his Masters in Fine Arts from Shiv Nadar University, Dadri. He has received awards from Rachana Sansad, Jehangir Gallery Mumbai and has participated in various exhibitions.
Ajit Kumar Jha is a Madhubani artist based in New Delhi.
Anni K. Sharan is a Delhi based multimedia artist whose work engages with ideas of gender and politics. She is visiting faculty teaching Art History at the Delhi College of Art.
Anarya is a visual artist based in Delhi. She completed my Bachelors in Fine Arts in Painting and Masters in Visual Arts. Her work engages with the problematics of gender representation in popular culture. http://anarya1991.wixsite.com/mysite
Aoife Kenny was born and raised on the isle of Man, and now lives in New Delhi where she works with textiles. She is a keen artist who passes many hours sketching Delhi's monuments.
Avinash Karn belongs to a family of Madhubani artists in Bihar. He trained in sculpture at the Benaras Hindu University and now paints stunning paintings in the madhubani style of contemporary themes. He lives in Varanasi where he belongs to the collective Kachni Bharni http://www.kachnibharni.in/avinash-karn.html
Beatrice Hasell-McCosh studied painting at the Leith school of Art in Edinburgh and starts a course at the Royal Drawing School in London in September 2015. http://www.beatricehasellmccosh.com/
Devideen Prajapati is a national awarded teracotta artist from Madhya Pradesh.
Emma Seach graduated with a first class honours degree in animation from University of the Arts London and went on to specialise in drawing at the Royal Drawing School. She now works as a practising artist in drawing and painting. She has several years teaching experience, working both privately with adults and planning and delivering classes for children around London. She also mentors trainee teachers. Both in 2011 and 2012 she received an artist residency, teaching drawing to Foundation and BA level university students in India.
Geeta Bariya is a Bhil artist from Madhya Pradesh.
Ibby Dalrymple completed an art foundation course at Leith School of Art in Edinburgh and is now at Bristol University in the UK.
Ita Mehrotra is a visual artist and arts researcher based out of New Delhi. She has completed her bachelors in philosophy and masters in visual art and is currently an MPhil student at the School of Arts and Aesthetic, JNU. Sunandita works with visual storytelling through comics and multi media forms. Her comic 'The Poet Irom' was published in the anthology 'Drawing the Line' by Zubaan Books, 2014 and 'Metromorphosis' is to be published by Yoda Press and Captain Bijli Comics later this year. She has worked through collaborations on various community art projects and is a grant holder of the art and ecology Negotiating Routes grant from KHOJ, 2013, and the Young Connector of the Future fellowship from the Swedish Institute, 2015. Her work explores particular socio-political questions, through image, text and collaborative exchanges. http://junglibeej.wordpress.com/
Jonathan Farr is an artist and drawing teacher. He has also worked as a children's book illustrator in Mexico city and his books have been published in Europe and South America. He is a graduate of the Royal Drawing School, London. http://www.jonathanfarr.com/
Jyoti Ranjan is a Patachitra master artist from Orissa.
Lleah Smith is an Australian artist, adventurer and colour devotee. A graduate from the College of Fine Arts UNSW, Lleah is currently based in New Delhi and teacing at The Design Village.
Lettie Blackett is a Scottish artist and passionate traveller. She has spent months at a time living in India and attempting to portray its movement, colour and beauty in her paintings. Her work is traditional in form with abstract elements. http://lettieblackett.com/
Nilanjana Nandy is an artist and educator based in New Delhi. As an art educator she has worked with several schools of Delhi and taught at College of Art, Delhi and Sushant School of Art & Architecture. She is also part of the Sunday Art Classes at the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi. At Sandarbh artist in residence program, Nilanjana worked with children from a remote village of Rajasthan. Her experience with the young learners has a great bearing on her own body of work as a visual artist where she is engaged with ideas and issues surrounding Gender. https://nilanjananandy.wordpress.com/ https://aboutturnproject.wordpress.com/ https://moolartproject.wordpress.com/
Niqita Gupta is a visual anthropologist living and working in Mumbai. She graduated from London College of Communication with a Masters in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography, where she co-founded The MILK Collective in 2014. Her work on communities has been selected for International Photo awards exhibited in India and United Kingdom. Apart from her personal work on communities, she teaches photography to underprivileged children as a language of expression.
Premlata Dalay is a sipini weaver from Assam.
Puran Bhatt is a Delhi based Katputli artist and performer Rajesh Vangad is a highly regarded Warli artist who produces both traditional forms of the art, as well as collaborative projects that explore new ways of storytelling through the medium. http://formsofdevotion.org/artist_profile.php?id=116
Saba Hasan is a New Delhi-based artist with a body of work consisting of paintings, book sculptures, photographs, videos and sound presented since 1996 when she had her first solo show. A keen observer of cultural and political factors, Saba has chosen an expressionistic mode and a multiplicity of media to tackle issues ranging from power relations and communal conflict to gender politics. Layered with undertones, her work speaks of the forces of time, nature and personal histories in a potent, nuanced voice. She has been awarded international fellowships from Syracuse University, New York, the French Cultural Ministry, Paris, the George Keyt Art Foundation, Colombo 2002, the Oscar Kokoschka Academy in Austria, 2010 and the Raza National Award for painting in 2005. The versatile artist also exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 2013 as part of the Imago Mundi Collection among other major international shows in Florence, Paris, Salzburg, Singapore, Colombo, New York and Lisbon. http://www.sabahasan.com/
Siobhan Lennon was born and raised in London, UK. She trained and worked as an interior painter and decorator for several years before pursuing her studies in Fine Arts. Siobhan studied sculpture and went on to specialise in drawing at postgraduate level at the Royal Drawing School. Since her project with Artreach she has trained to become an art therapist. Siobhan has worked as an art tutor for 6 years and has experience of working with children and young people of all ages in both the UK and India.
Sonam Chaturvedi is a visual artist based in Baroda. She has done her BVA in sculpture from Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda in 2010-‘14, and MVA from Shiv Nadar University (Greater Noida) in 2014-‘16. She mainly works in the mediums of video installation, mixed media and Artists’ books.
Theo Neilson is currently at Bristol University studying English and Philosophy. He paints portraits and takes photographs of landscapes. His interest in film include Richard Linklater, Wes Anderson and Maritn Scorsese.
Trishna Patnaik is a mumbai based artist. A trained MBA and worked for a few years before following her dream to be a painter. She regularly conducts workshops for children - everything from charcoal drawing to splash painting!
Tyga Helme studied Fine Art at The University of Edinburgh and completed an erasmus in painting at L'Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs in Strasbourg. She has since studied at The Royal Drawing School on the postgraduate drawing year, where she was awarded a full scholarship and won the Denis Mahon Prize. She is currently based in London. http://www.tygahelme.com/
Uma Kaant is a terracotta artist from Orissa.
Urmila Devi is a Madhubani folk artist from Bihar.
Vandana Kothari is an artist trained at Shantiniketan. She has taught at IIT and is currently Assistant Professor of Art at the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi.
Vidhi Sharma is a Delhi based artist who trained at the College of Art and Ambedkar University in New Delhi. She has worked with young children for several years and and her work draws on the carefree and experimental approach of children towards art and life.
Vikas Kumar Verma is an artist from Mathura who is engaged in the traditional craft of paper cutting