BIOGRAPHY

Deepti Sharma is a visual artist currently training at NAFA, Singapore. Her art practice is transpired by the urge to overcome her past and seek enlightenment in symbiosis with the natural world.
She participated and recognized the most engaged participant in a Group collaboration held by Singapore Tourism Board and was selected to showcase her artwork at Ion Orchard in 2019.

Among others, she has also exhibited in TCC restaurants, Group Art Showcase at Fluxus House Opening and Air Gallery Exhibition. She then also worked as a designer and art teacher at The Little Artist Art Studio and now continues to prepare for new exhibitions

EDUCATION-

2017-2020-   Diploma in Fine Arts, Nanyang Academy Of Fine Arts, Singapore.

2011-2013-   Masters in Electronics and Communication, Rohtak, Haryana, India.

2005-2009-   Bachelors in Electronics and Communication, BSAITM, Haryana, India.

Industry Experience-

2019 Aug-Nov, Internship at little artist studio @Mandarin gardens Singapore.

2019 Jan-May, Participant NAFA x STB – World’s 50 Best Restaurants, Singapore.

2014 May – 2016 Dec, Designer at Sixteen Design Studio, Gurgoan, India.

2011 Aug – 2013 May, Assistant Teacher at U.I.E.T, Maharishi Dayanand University, Haryana, India.

Events and Activities-

Commissioned Artworks:

2020 Jan, Commissioned painting spontaneous realism “Seven Horses”, Raipur, India.

2019 Dec, Commissioned portrait of late “Shri Sadguru Maharishi Mendi Pram Hans Ji “, Raipur, India.

2019 Dec, Commissioned portrait of late “Shri Maharishi Sant Sevi ji Maharaj “, Raipur, India.

2019 Nov, Commissioned portrait of Mr. Selva portrait, Pop-Art, Singapore.

2019 Aug, Community MURAL (Team Project), BRASS BASAH COMPLEX LEVEL 2, Singapore.

2017 Jun, Commissioned Buddha painting, India.

2017 Jun, Commissioned Spontaneous Realism “Seven Horses,” India

2017 May, Commissioned portrait of couple Mr. AND Mrs. LITHWAAL, India.

2017 Apr, Commissioned portrait of Mr. Anand, India.

2016 Sept, Commissioned couple portrait of Mr. & Mrs. BANGIA, India.

Exhibitions-

2019 Oct, Group art Showcase, Savour The Arts Season 4 At TCC, Buggies Junction, Singapore.

2019 Oct, Group art Showcase- FLUXUS HOUSE OPENING IN OCT 2019, the Fluxus house, 23 Teo Hong road, Singapore.

2019 Mar, Group art showcase- “Mapping Memories” at Air Gallery Exhibition level-2, NAFA campus1, Singapore.

Volunteering-

2019 Sept, Managing and Curating “Incandescent Art Exhibition-volume III” BY LITTLE ARTIST STUDIO, VISUAL ART CENTRE, Singapore.

2019 Aug, Managing and Curating” Incandescent Art Exhibition-volume II” BY LITTLE ARTIST STUDIO, The Substation, Singapore

2018 Jul, Volunteer at NTUC HEALTH community event at Ban Hang @ Harbourfront center ballroom A, Singapore.

Awards and Achievements

2019 Jun, The most engaged participant NAFA x STB – World’s 50 Best Restaurants, Singapore.

2013, 2012, Awarded university merit Scholarship UIET, MDU, Rohtak, India.

2008, Awarded university merit Scholarship, BSAITM, Haryana, India

2005, 2004, 2003, first prize in painting “All India Camel art awards”, India.

2001, Awarded with first prize while highest money collection in Social Service at Help age India, India.

2001, 2000, 1999, Gold Medal in “Avantika International Painting Award”, India.

Address to express

“I seek inspiration from true-to-life and naturalistic views and portray them in my artworks. Using different colour palettes and textures, I mainly create artworks which intricately depict human bodies and human emotions because I believe that human emotions are true reflections of inner self. My artworks also represent the harmony of nature. I believe that we as humans are deeply connected with Mother Nature since it encompasses and blesses us all with its beautiful creatures & objects. Having this belief, I create artworks which unite the different elements of Mother Nature with my artistic vision. Not only that, I seek to juxtapose the identity of myself with identity framed by the societal norms, in order to motivate people to discover and accept their true inner self irrespective of what others think of them.”