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Life-Inspired 3D Artworks

Artist Shruti Jhaveri perfectly amalgamates philosophy and life through her somewhat “asymmetrical” artworks done using mould waste paper, chemicals, coral reefs and what not to create a 3-d effect on canvas

Artist Shruti Jhaveri perfectly amalgamates philosophy and life through her somewhat “asymmetrical” artworks done using mould waste paper, chemicals, coral reefs and what not to create a 3-d effect on canvas. In the end, she coats the end product using chemical coating agent which gives the whole artwork a protective, hardened and waterproof quality. This collection is called “Fragile Terrains”, takes inspiration from flowing water and its connection with life.

Material: Paper with mix media
By:  Shruti Jhaveri

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