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Neha Lavangia

Neha Lavangia

Neha Lavangia
Lives and Works in Ahmedabad
Born in 1979
 
Educational Qualifications :
2001 – Post Diploma in Fine Arts, Specialization- Printmaking
Faculty of Fine Arts M. S. University, Vadodara, Gujarat
1999 – Diploma in Fine Arts, Specialization- Drawing and Painting
C. N. College of Fine Arts, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
 
GroupExhibitions :
2010 – “CARD-O-LOGY II” Samsara Art, Mumbai
2010 – “Gallery Collection” The Fine Art Company, Mumbai
2010 – “Ganesha Adorned” Lemongrasshopper, Ahmedabad
2010 – “The One Square Foot Show” a charity show for animals, Ahmedabad
2010 – Participated in Contemporary Printmaking Camp, Kanoria Center for Arts, Ahmedabad
2010 – “Aasana” Art Chair Exhibition, Gallery Le Sutra, Mumbai
2010 – “Art in aid of Animals and Birds”, Vadodara
2009 – “Baroda Brigade-I” Apparao Galleries, Chennai
2009 – “HUB Show”, Vadodara
2009 – Participated in VII Biennale Internationale de la Gravure d’Ile-de-France, France
2008 – “GROUP SHOW” Faculty of Fine Arts, Vadodara
2008 – “Amadavad etle Amadavad” Karma Art Gallery, Ahmedabad
2008 – “5 Artist of Baroda” Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
2008 – Participated in Delhi Art Summit, Karma Art Gallery, India
2008 – Participated in Eighth Bharat Bhavan International Biennial of Print, India
2006 – “The Female Hero” Lemongrasshopper Art Gallery, Ahmedabad
2006 – “Unfolding Grace” LANXESS ABS Gallery, Vadodaroa
2006 – Participated in Seventh Bharat Bhavan International Biennial of Print, India
 
Awards :
2008 – 48th Gujarat State Lalitkala Award- Printmaking
2006 – Honorable Mention at Seventh Bharat Bhavan International Biennial of Print
 
Comments:
My works are direct depiction of my thoughts, experiences, emotions and observations. I represent them using sensitive aspect of life around, using a hint of humor and delightfulness to sober the emotions. I use imagery of Various seen, but mostly ignored natural objects in our fast-paced world, be it the sky and clouds with the variations In them, a tree and its branches or roots, birds on perch, the flowing rivulets, even the ants moving in the field.

More often than not my works are more linear than depicting a moment. It shows how an event evolves. But some Works depicts moments that leaves a lasting impression on my mind.

I prefer working on a small, intimate scale and imagery. With intimate scale and imagery I get closer to my works,And also I want to whisper my thoughts at an individual level. I want viewer to draw to my works and get involved.