Telling Tales

Aishwarya Arumbakkam's works delve into history, mythology, and cultural narratives, unraveling hidden meanings through storytelling. Her projects like "Ahp" and "Ka Dingiei" blend folklore and reality, revealing profound insights into identity and collective culture. Explore Arumbakkam's photography that connects with oral histories, translating them into visual narratives that explore themes of perception and identity.

Water Colour Techniques To Try Out

Watercolour painting is a popular medium both among professional as well as amateur artists. It offers you a large plethora of creative possibilities and...

A Garden of Expression: Celebrating World Art Day

On April 15, 2024, World Art Day, we gather under the banner of "A Garden of Expression: Cultivating Community through Art." This theme encapsulates the essence of creativity's transformative power. At Mojarto, we believe that art has the power to inspire, uplift, and transform lives. Embark on a journey of creativity, expression, and discovery with Mojarto.

From Madhubani To Pichwai

From Madhubani to Pichwai folk art, India has a rich repertoire of folk art. Folk painting is usually bright in its choice of colours,...

Holi: A Kaleidoscope of Colours and Celebration

Holi transcends mere festivities through these timeless narratives, embodying profound cultural and spiritual significance. As we gear up for this exuberant festival, let's take a colourful journey through art, exploring how Holi has inspired artists on Mojarto.

Amrita Sher-Gil: A Savant’s Stroke

Amrita Sher-Gil, a Hungarian-Indian painter, was a trailblazer in 20th-century art, hailed as one of its foremost avant-garde women artists. Recognized for her mastery from a young age, she garnered acclaim with works like "Young Girls" at 19. Sher-Gil's global travels, including stints in Turkey, France, and India, informed her unique style, blending precolonial Indian art with contemporary influences. Her legacy, akin to Bengal Renaissance luminaries, extends beyond painting, encompassing literature and music, despite initial underappreciation during her lifetime.

Daring Women In Art: A Journey through Art History

Every year on March 8, people around the world remember and celebrate the contribution and achievements of women throughout history and across cultures. Historically, they have often been excluded from the art world, and their contributions have been overlooked or undervalued. Nonetheless, women have resiliently used art to tell their stories, and challenge the status quo. They have continued to create and innovate, leaving a lasting legacy in the world of art.

4 Reasons Why We Love Landscape Paintings

Looking for a way to make your living environment more ambient and rejuvenating? Consider adorning your walls with exotic landscape paintings! The elements of natural scenic beauty captured on canvas can add a visual appeal and brighten up the most mundane of rooms instantly.

Unravel 2024: A Canvas Of Infinite Possibilities

As the year 2024 begins, let's approach it with the spirit of artists, ready to create a masterpiece of our own lives. Opening doors to this new year is an act of courage, curiosity, and creativity. Let's paint boldly, collaborate freely, and navigate the unknown with resilience, for within the canvas of 2024 lies the potential for a truly extraordinary masterpiece. 

The Intersection of Art and Literature: Exploring the Connections Between Two Creative Forms

Art and literature are two creative forms that have been intertwined throughout history. In this blog post, we will explore the connections between art and literature, examining how these two forms of expression intersect and influence one another.