Dharma On The Canvas: An Artist’s Interpretation

Dharma in the 21st Century

West Windsor Arts Centre, New Jersey, USA

Till June 24

Curated by Hetal Mistry, Dharma in the 21st century showcases the works of several Indian artists with their individual interpretation of what dharma means to them today. Exhibited at the gallery of West Windsor Arts Centre, these works are the embodiment of each artist’s inspirational and introspective journey.  The artists involved in this project are: Vimala Arunachalam, (Plainsboro, NJ); Divya Attri, (Princeton Junction, NJ); Anjana Babu, (Monmouth Junction, NJ); Sheetal Bagewadi, (Monmouth Junction, NJ); Ketut Budiawan, (Ubud, Bali); Aparna Deshpande, (Monmouth Junction, NJ); Uday Dhar, (New York, NY); Rochana Dubey, (Princeton, NJ); Spriha Gupta, (Skillman, NJ); Parul Mehta, (Mumbai, India); Jyoti Menon, (Lawrenceville, NJ); Hetal Mistry, (Princeton Junction, NJ); Kavin Mistry, (Princeton Junction, NJ); Suvarna Nagaraju, (Belle mead, NJ); Anusha Saran, (West Windsor, NJ); Aparajita Sen, (Princeton Junction, NJ); Vishal Shah, (West Windsor, NJ).