What Is It?

Baroda-based artist Bhagyashree Suthar’s creations are made out of beeswax in the form of sculptures and paintings. Drawing inspiration from architecture and geometric patterns in nature, the exhibition is any sacred geometry lover’s dream. She uses materials like kite paper colour and ¬†pigmented beeswax to bring her creations to life.

Who Is It For?

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If you’re an avid geometrical pattern lover and a believer of sacred geometry, please give this exhibition a visit. They almost seem like optical illusions when looked at closely.

Why Should I Go?

With art spreading its wings widely in our culture {it has always been integral} and becoming much more accessible, it only makes sense for us to get closer to it. Also, it’ll be interesting to see the use of beeswax on paper.

Anything Else?

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These trippy artworks will be on display at Akara Art Gallery, Colaba till November 30th. May be add this to you South Mumbai excursion date?

Where: Akara Art Gallery, 32, B K Boman Behram Marg, Apollo Bandar, Colaba

When: 11am to 6.30pm, ongoing till Nov 30. Shut on Mondays

Cost: Free entry

Photos source: Akara Art