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Shikha Baheti

Shikha Baheti

Born: 1989

Hometown: Raipur, India

Based in: Hyderabad, India

Shikha Baheti has a degree in architecture and art appreciation and now creates art under the name 'kalam dhari'. Introduced to intricate pen and ink line work in college, she has a strong affinity towards working with black and white.
Her work is an encapsulation of the facets of nature that are not just aesthetic but existential. Time and experience, wisdom and age, death and survival are an intrinsic part of the process. She often uses multiple lines to create depth gradation and details.


9 works for sale

Head Study-1

Shikha Baheti, India

Illustration

$ 280

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Bloom-2 by Shikha Baheti

Shikha Baheti, India

Drawing

$ 320

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Bloom-1 by Shikha Baheti

Shikha Baheti, India

Drawing

$ 320

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Wilted Flowers- 4 by Shikha Baheti

Shikha Baheti, India

Ink

$ 280

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Wilted Flowers- 3 by Shikha Baheti

Shikha Baheti, India

Ink

$ 280

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Wilted flowers-1 by Shikha Baheti

Shikha Baheti, India

Ink

$ 280

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Tree of Life- 1 by Shikha Baheti

Shikha Baheti, India

Ink

$ 280

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Tree of Life- 2 by Shikha Baheti

Shikha Baheti, India

Ink

$ 320

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Sprouting by Shikha Baheti

Shikha Baheti, India

Ink

$ 280

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Shikha Baheti In The Studio

"I do not have a studio and I work at home with a three year old kid. So I usually tend to start drawing wherever I get some peaceful space."


More About Shikha Baheti

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What inspires you?

I am stirred by our everyday grapple with time, happiness and wisdom. Nature and its latent cruelty and the perpetual cycle of living dying and living again along with its vanity inspires me.

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Describe your creative process.

My creative process starts by writing down all my leftover thoughts first thing in the morning. During this brain drain I tap into some observations which usually would have passed by unconciously without noticing. Writing them makes them stay. Then its all about giving those thoughts tangibility. Working with black and white anchors me to the thought without thinking of anything else.

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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

monochrome, minimalist, nature

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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

picasso, christiana spansberg, valeria ganzman, prabhakar kolte,

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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

pen and patience

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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

use archival paper

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Where do you go for inspiration?

morning walk

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