Come let us embrace the Indian women paintings by this talented artist. Varsha Kharatmal was born to a family of artists and calligraphers. Even-though she was born deaf, her artistic spidey sense was always high. She is proud a recipient of several government awards and recognitions for her indian women paintings. The eyes speak a lot in her paintings and that's one of the unique attributes. Life was not so easy for the hearing impaired artist. But nothing would stop her from achieving her passion in art. She graduated with an art degree and passed out with flying colors from Kala Maha Vidhyalaya. According to her biography,"At the Kala Maha Vidyalaya, Varsha found her voice, so as to speak, the unique vehicle which distinguishes a great artist from the competent one. And that happened when she discovered the art of Maharashtrian legend A.A. Almekar. Almekar’s ornamental, stylised figures are drawn from folk art with a dynamic, boisterous energy that jumps off the canvas. Studying them freed Varsha from the artificial, forced rigour of realism".
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