Shampa Sircar Das did her B.F.A. (Painting) in from College of Art, New Delhi followed by M.F.A (Painting) from Jamia  Millia Islamia. The artist lives and works in Delhi. The rich Indian cultural heritage and Indian Philosophy inspire Shampa’s works. The works are resplendent in symbols that are embedded in a common cultural matrix. The canvas becomes a large area of space, a void, where forms are constantly resonating, emerging out, expanding and then dissolving into it. Transience and a sense of movement in these paintings touch the viewer with the play between form and emptiness. Replete with cosmic energies and symbolisms floating all over her canvas, her works is a study in the power of the spirit within the domain of human and earthly ancestry. The artist has participated in many solo in India and her works have been part of more than 350 Group shows in India and abroad including Galleries and International Art Fairs in India, South Korea, New York, Dubai, Chicago, London, Vietnam and Singapore. Recipient of several awards her works are in collection National and International collectors, Corporate Houses, Galleries, Ambassadors, Embassies, Chief Ministers and Government Organizations. Work in collection of Ex US Ambassador to India Kenneth Juster, work to go in collection of Flint Museum Michigan USA in a year’s time.

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