Exploring Seascape Paintings in Contemporary Art

Seascapes in art offer a window into the human experience and our relationship with nature. Whether through literature, art, or personal experience, the sea remains a timeless source of inspiration and a mirror to the human soul.

K. G. Subramanyan: A Maestro of Indian Art

Allow us to introduce you to K. G. Subramanyan, affectionately known as 'Mani da,' a living embodiment of this artistic odyssey. His body of work, a harmonious fusion of tradition and modernity, is a canvas where art and activism dance in a spirited tango. Join us on a journey through the chapters of the mastero’s legacy, where art and advocacy paint a vivid portrait of his extraordinary life.

Capturing the Divine: Exploring Temples in Indian Paintings

Temples are significant in Hindu iconography, embodying profound symbolism that transcends mere architectural beauty. Incidentally, they have also been a popular subject in paintings throughout history. Mojarto beckons art enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the masterful brushstrokes of artists whose works transcend borders and intricately bind them to the very soul of places these temples are built on— a realm steeped in cultural profundity and elegance.

Exploring The Joy Of Friendship Through Artworks

While Friendship Day is officially celebrated on a specific day each year, the idea of celebrating friendship isn't limited to just that one day. To celebrate the spirit of friendship, lets us delve into the world of friendship-themed art while exploring the nuances of the magic of companionship.

Dadaism: The Artistic Rebellion That Shook The World

In the aftermath of the First World War, a group of artists in Zurich, Switzerland, sought to rebel against the conventional values of art and society. They called themselves the Dadaists, and their movement was marked by a strong sense of anti-art, anti-bourgeoisie, and anti-establishment. Dadaism was born, and it was to become one of the most influential artistic movements of the 20th century.

The Power of Abstract Minimalism In Art

Abstract Minimalism is a style that has gained popularity in recent years. This approach to art emphasises simplicity and restraint. Beyond its visual appeal, abstract minimalist art brings a serene atmosphere and tactile experience to living spaces.

The Psychology of Colour in Art: Decoding Its Powerful Impact

Did you know that your surroundings could affect your feelings and state of mind? Have you ever noticed that certain locations aggravate you more than others? or that specific locations are particularly tranquil and calming? Well, there's a likely chance that those spaces' colour schemes are in play.

Exploring 5 Artworks: Celebrating The Transformative Power Of Bicycles

Artists recognized the bicycle as a symbol of progress and societal change, depicting it in various ways. Paintings like Federico Zandomeneghi's "Meeting on a Bicycle" and Choquet Christian's "Tour de France année 2003" captured the joy, freedom, and excitement associated with cycling. Indian artists on Mojarto have also embraced bicycle as a subject that transcends mere representation. Through their paintings and illustrations, they celebrate the advent of this revolutionary invention and the impact it had on society. Let's explore these “wheels of creativity” and the relationship they share with all of humankind. 

10 Emerging Indian Artists On Mojarto 2023

As M F Hussain, one of India's most celebrated artists, once said, "They can put me in a jungle, I can still paint." This statement perfectly encapsulates the spirit of the Indian art scene, where artists have been actively engaging in the discipline of art for decades to explore and create art that reflects their minds or society or anything that inspires or disturbs them. The art scene in India is thriving with a diverse range of artists, among the many emerging artists, there are 10 who stand out with their exceptional work and promise to make a big impact in 2023. These artists are gaining recognition for their unique vision, style, and creative ideas, opening up new avenues for Indian art.

Art And Its Psychological Impact On Mental Health

Homes are supposed to be a safe haven from the frenetic hubbubs of everyday life. While we invest the majority of our time in building better lives, we seldom invest in ourselves. In a fast-paced world, very few people deal with stress, loneliness, or self-doubt. Pursuing art has numerous psychological benefits, the most notable of which is that it adds meaningful value to our lives by elevating our mental well-being. Strangely so, bare walls can have subtle negating effects on your psyche, let art change the way your homes make your feel.