Creative Artist

Capturing Emptiness

Born in England, Sukhi received a traditional education in sculpture and life-drawing at City and Guilds Art School in London. Due to her naturally philosophical and curious nature, Sukhi had already traveled in India several times, where she felt an immediate and deep affinity with the culture and traditional art, and, as a result, her degree show was based on the geometry and symbolism of the Shiva lingam. Disillusioned by the London art scene, after graduating with the prize for sculpture and a cash scholarship from Madame Tussauds, Sukhi chose to immerse herself in the Indian culture for a year, at the end of which she settled, for

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