MADHURI BHADURI

ORIGINAL ART BY MADHURI BHADURI: PAINTINGS AVAILABLE

ORIGINAL ART BY MADHURI BHADURI: PAINTING SOLD


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BIOGRAPHY

Working primarily in oil, contemporary Indian artist Madhuri Bhaduri exquisitely renders the ever-changing colors of the sky, earth and water. She is particularly influenced by the Impressionist masters of the 19th century, as her landscape paintings similarly focus on the effects of light and weather on nature’s appearance. Yet while she captures such fleeting moments, there is also a deep sense of serenity in her images.

The artist’s major themes include Horizons, on the hopeful boundlessness of the skyline; Moon, on the mysteriousness of the moon throughout its phases; and Reflections, on the mesmerizing shimmers of water. However, art by Madhuri Bhaduri explores not only these natural landscapes but also emotional ones. As she explains this metaphorical connection, “For me a canvas is not just a visual expanse. It often maps the mood that I am in, and my introspection of my life, my feelings and thoughts at that point of time.”

Although Madhuri Bhaduri began to paint as a young child, she first became a national level badminton player and studied economics and French, before pursuing art professionally. She then earned a Masters degree in art from SNDT Women’s University of Mumbai and has since exhibited around the world in more than 40 solo and over 100 group shows in New York, London, Singapore, Miami, Dubai and Rotterdam. She has also received more than a dozen awards, most recently including the Amrita Shergill Rashtriya Kala Puraskar by the National Institute of Fine Arts, India and the Exceptional Woman of Excellence in Art Award from the Women’s Economic Forum, Netherlands.

You are welcome to buy artist Madhuri Bhaduri’s paintings online or view them at our gallery in Palo Alto (San Francisco Bay Area).

Read more about Madhuri’s unexpected path from badminton championships to abstract landscapes in her recent interview on our blog.


Madhuri painting in her art studio.

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