Sunday, 9 February 2014


Indrani Chowdhury has spent most of her twenty seven-year career as a journalist, starting with The Times of India in Mumbai.Her most abiding hobby has been painting. Trained at ChitrakalaParishat, Bangalore, she is now a full- time artist.

Over the years Indrani has travelled extensively and been a keen follower of Master Artists of the world. Her academic interest in the history and evolution of contemporary art gives her works a unique depth of thought. The Impressionist era is her favourite and its influence on her creativity is evident in her works.
Indrani’s art is created with the specific purpose of collaborating with young art lovers in decorating their homes and offices with an abundance of life and colour. For the more mature art collector who seeks newness, Indrani offers stylish work & a fresh perspective on regular subjects.

Her work is affordably priced (between Rs.10,000/$168 to Rs.20,000/$333)and geared for those seeking to add a new dimension to their décor.
Her subjects include landscapes, monuments, portraits of interesting people in action for example dancers, musicians and of course clowns whose faces tell a story.

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