Nritya Ganapati is an extraordinary representation of this loveable God and is the fifteenth of the 32 forms of Lord Ganapati. The devoted son, much like a playful child, loves to entertain his parents (Shiva & Parvati) by dancing for them. As patron of the arts, Ganesha is invoked at the start of most Indian classical dance performances.
The Dance of Bliss 04
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Acrylic on canvas, 80*65, 2018
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Sonali Mohanty is an engineer by education, IT professional by occupation but an artist by choice. She has an engineering degree from BITS (Pilani) and has several years of experience in the corporate world, which she quit to follow her life long passion of creating art. She is a self-taught, freelance artist with an extreme desire to create artwork using various media. She is inspired by everything around her, and her expertise is in the usage of a wide range of colours and textures.
Her artworks have also been displayed successfully in various exhibitions in India and have been featured in the upcoming artist section in Better Interior Magazine in November 2010. Recently her works have also been displayed at an international art exhibition at Budapest, Hungary and Singapore. Her clientele includes people from all over the world -India, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, South Africa, UK and the US – where her paintings have been part of interior decoration and family memorabilia.