Suvarna Dheringe, originally from Nashik and currently living in Pune, India, is a self taught artist who has been working in various media like Oil-colours, Acrylic, Watercolors, Ink, Digital color paintings and Charcoal/Pen/Pencil with different styles: she feels working with different mediums brings in a freedom to express better. Over a decade now, she has been painting professionally. Her very previous exhibition was held at “Jehangir art gallery, Mumbai” before pandemic in Nov. 2019. “She had named it ‘Antarang’ as again It was her solo show. As of now, her original artworks have been exhibited in Pune, Mumbai Maharashtra, Kolkata-west bengal, Ooty, Tamilnadu and Allahabad Museum.
The majority of Suvarna’s artwork is inspired by nature which she sees or feels. The emotions, the experience, the spontaneousness she gets from nature is very unique. Her study process or practice in the art is based entirely on her own experience. Naturally, It’s obvious that nature is the only guru to her! Her daily observations on the changes in nature are day by day enhanced by self-experience: from there, she has been learning all her painting lessons. She can sense many forms, textures or even different compositions through celebrations, joys, sorrows, laughter, cries, by churning, so there’s never any gap in practicing an art from her. She is the artist who could make herself in every possible way towards success in the art profession without any formal art education or guidance just on the basis of self discipline and motivation. Ultimately She just wants to say that, “The soul of the painting is always honest with the spontaneity”.