More than 200 of her works of art are as of now being displayed in the Museum of Sacred Art (MOSA) in Belgium in a six-month long show. Viewing the specialty of Seema Kohli resembles a walk through of the pictorial Jataka stories of Ajanta caverns, characterized by multifaceted design, rich tones, narrating and instilled with a profoundly otherworldly flavor.
More than 200 of her works of art are at present being shown in the Museum of Sacred Art (MOSA) in Belgium in a six-month long show.
Titled The Celestial Revelations, the broad presentation opened in the European nation on June 15. It demonstrates the tremendous oeuvre of Kohli – who works out of her studio in Delhi’s Rajinder Nagar region – gathered by the exhibition hall more than seven years.
Known for utilizing brilliant and silver leaves on her canvases, the exceptionally gathered craftsman paints heavenly creatures, drifting structures and pondering female figures encompassed by characteristic and divine themes.
Diving into the sources of her work, 1960-conceived Kohli says that privilege from her adolescence, she was in an air friendly to otherworldliness.
“It was unrealistic to be far from it (otherworldliness). The entire climate was accused of inquiries, even of death. My mom’s grandma passed away, we were taken to the incineration as 2-3-year olds. We were informed that from today, ‘chaiji’ isn’t there. She has gone, it’s just the body which we will incinerate. It was all intelligently clarified,” the 2008 Lalit Kala Akademi grant beneficiary told IANS in a meeting here.
Growing up just prompted further inquiries and examination, causing contemplations of surrendering everything.
“When I was 18, I thought renunciation is the way. I needed to leave everything and proceed onward. I went to my family master in Haridwar, however my dad got me back.
“As you develop, you understand that any place you will be, you have any kind of effect. In the event that I simply made a profound enquiry in the typical manner, I would’ve lost a ton. I proceeded with my masterful voyage in a vastly improved manner than what I would’ve had the option to as a renunciate,” she said.
One of India’s most noticeable contemporary craftsmen on the world stage, Kohli’s topical commitment likewise incorporate that of ‘Hiranyagarbha’ or the brilliant belly, which commends the female and reproduction.
Regardless of layering her works of art with otherworldliness, the multi-expressions professional – she paints, shapes and makes prints – considers otherworldliness to be extraordinary of religion.
“As an Indian, you don’t see only one thing however many. You’re tossed open to its excellence. Everything begins from confidence, at that point a conviction combines into a religion. I am extremely open to different religions and ways of thinking. I consider otherworldliness to be extraordinary of religion.
“As a result of the family I was conceived in, it was a lot more obvious different religions,” she clarifies, her hands on a table strewn with numerous hues.
Her works will likewise be displayed at the India structure of the Jerusalem Biennale in Delhi in October this year.