Through the exhibition, the goal, says Sheth, is to create an uplifting and hopeful experience. “To be able to re-enter the world of art after being locked down and unable to view art and connect with artists in person – it’s uplifting. What this exhibition offers, therefore, is a chance where, for a few moments at least, you are transported to a happier world through these artists’ imagination,” Sheth says.
Kaur, is inspired by the abstract. “Layered and textured in mood and movement, her free-spirited images are both playful and sensuous, wild and soothing at the same time,” says Sheth. Kaur’s work is part of a series called ‘Wild Things’ that draws from the intricacies and nuances of living in Goa. “In Goa, there are four months of incessant rain and wild things grow everywhere, coloured vines shoot up to rusted gates and boundary walls and there are plants that come out of the pavement stones. It’s unashamedly untamed and a feast for the eyes,” says Kaur.