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Earth Story

Bharti Prajapati

1344000 (Incl of GST)

Original work with a Certificate of Authenticity. Signed & verified by Basuki Dasgupta.



72 (w) x 48(h) inches








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Original work with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Signed & verified by Bharti Prajapati.

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Original work with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Signed & verified by Bharti Prajapati

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A Glimpse into Bharti Prajapati's Art

Discover the unique transformation of an idea into a finished masterpiece.

Inviting Creativity into Everyday Life

Bharti Prajapati, a seasoned artist who transitioned from a decade-long tenure in textile design, found her artistic voice in painting. Her formative years at the National Institute of Design were marked by a deep immersion in the artisanal traditions of tribal women across Kutch Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and various Indian regions. These experiences continue to resonate on her vibrant canvases, which transcend mere depiction to become a celebration of these women's vital role as custodians of India's rich cultural heritage. Notably, Prajapati frequently presents her works in cohesive collections, suggesting a narrative thread that transcends individual pieces.

An Ode to Rural Women

“Unlike single-track lives of men, the lives of rural women are multi-layered as they deal with family pressures and their own personal desires and aspirations,” says Bharti on being asked why are there only women on her canvases.

Pancha Tattva

"Earth Series" draws upon the Pancha Tattva, the five elements in Hindu mythology (space, air, fire, water, earth). These elements manifest symbolically within her paintings: blues evoke water in clouds, while yellows and oranges represent fire. A black, starry sky signifies space and the cyclical nature of life, where destruction paves the way for creation. Through this rich symbolism rooted in Hindu mythology, Prajapati underscores the fundamental connection between humanity and the universe.

Below The Surface

"As an artist oil paint has always fascinated me. My medium of painting has been oils and after so many years it’s still a wonderful surprise to see the blend of colours, the depth and highlights so dramatically flowing into the entire canvas. I use a thin layer of paint to enable a detailed texture onto the painting which is for me an integral part of the overall look and feel of my work. As for the colour pallet, rustic, earthy tones is my personal favourite, however the bright and bold colours so symbolic of our Indian culture are too an intrinsic part of my canvases." - Bharti Prajapati

Fresh Glimpse into her latest series "Beej"

Deep within the Hindu tradition lies the concept of "Beej," a Sanskrit term for "seed" that transcends the literal. It embodies the origin of all things, a potent metaphor akin to the "bindu," or dot, symbolizing the spark from which creation ignites. For years, this enigmatic power of the seed has captivated Bharti. A chance encounter at a local market with women adorned in vibrant seed necklaces ignited a spark of inspiration in the artist, a genesis for her latest exploration – the profound connection between women, seeds, and the enduring power of life. The artist draws a parallel between the women and the seeds they wear. Just as the earth carries the seeds of life within, these women embody the power of creation, their journeys deeply intertwined. The seed necklaces become a vital part of their portraits, emphasizing the ever-powerful life-giving force they represent. The paintings capture the immense potential contained within this tiny form.

A Continuum

A celebrated artist, Prajapati's works have graced prestigious exhibitions across India and internationally. Her artistic merit has further been recognized with the bestowal of the Bharat Kala Ratna Award. Bharti herself equates the artistic process to the patient blossoming of a seed, stating, "Art has given me a calmness of the mind." With this evocative comparison, she underscores the transformative power of embracing creativity and nurturing its growth within ourselves.


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