BANSRI CHAVDA Spiritual Red: a prayer to Mother Earth

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Dec 31, 2018 5:55PM

"I want people to understand what they are seeing, and hence I have made this video. Its a spiritual seed, a mantra. Thats the place where Divine Mother resides." (Bansri Chavda)

Art - like meditation - is a means to dive into oneself. Bansri - a sweet and powerful Indian lady living and working in Mumbai - offers herself as a medium to reveal hidden meanings that go beyond the ordinary state of consciousness, dwelling in a middle-earth between human and divine.

She found her artistic vocation in 2001 when her native village in Gujrat was hit by an earthquake. Amongst the ruin of the disaster, art stood for Bansri like the only hope to help herself and her community. "That's how I started a loving caring tango" with painting, along with an operating role as activist in her own community. Sharing and social awareness have since the deepest impact in her life and her artistic path. Her inner push to help soon becomes involvement in many humanitarian projects. Bansri works as art facilitator in Shivkul Commune: an institution in the foothills of Himalayas in Uttaranchal India, now having joint efforts to build up a school with a principal base for arts and culture.

See the video BANSRI CHAVDA 'Spiritual Red' As seen in RED DOT MIAMI 2018 during MIAMI ART WEEK. Featured in 11 [HellHeaven] Art Gallery, Winner BEST INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITOR 2018 Award.

"I want people to understand what they are seeing, and hence I have made this video. Its a spiritual seed, a mantra. Thats the place where Divine Mother resides." (Bansri Chavda)

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