Aarti Bartake is a Singaporean visual artist known for her contemporary work of arts.
For Aarti, Art is a form of expression that transcends all barriers and connects with people visually and emotionally. Having a creative bend of mind since childhood, Aarti’s formal training in the creative field of Interior design plus graphics, animation and multimedia helped her acquire the necessary skill sets which is reflected in her versatile form of contemporary artwork.
Vibrant and atmospheric, her gorgeous cutting edge abstracts are inviting and have a way of becoming an excellent conversation piece in any room.
An International award winning artist, she has displayed her work at various solo and group art exhibitions across the globe. The fact that her artworks grace the walls of Art Galleries & Collectors worldwide, is just another jewel in her crown. Inspired by her stunning paintings Alain Vandenbroeck a Dutch piano music composer has created lilting musical pieces.
Aarti’s work depicts a creative form coupled with individual effort and an eye for detail, where one just cannot take their eyes off. These work of arts purely exhibit the concentrated expertise of the artist. The way in which her paintings evoke emotion is nothing but fascinating.
""I create my paintings with a spirit of excitement and passion, establishing meaningful connections with nature and my own life experiences. Ultimately my work aims to amaze, enthrall and engage the viewer" - Aarti Bartake"
More About Aarti Bartake
What inspires you?
Nature in all its glory inspires me to create vibrant artworks that speak volumes of beauty, positivity and bring cheer to the onlooker.
Describe your creative process.
I create my paintings with a spirit of excitement and passion, establishing meaningful connections between nature and with my own life experiences.
What are 3 words that best describe your work?
Vibrant, Atmospheric and Engaging.
Who are some artists that have influenced your work?
Mondrian, Pollock, Rothko.
What is the most important tool when creating your work?
My creative mind.
What is the best piece of advice you have been given?
Take pride in your work and never short sell yourself.
Where do you go for inspiration?
I find inspiration in the lap of nature so I often trek to the nature parks.