Natasha Kumar’s Eloquent Spaces exhibits in London

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Natasha Kumar’s exhibition – Eloquent Spaces – Sacred and Secular Indian Architecture, is being held at Railings Gallery, Marylebone.

The exhibition captures the spirit of Indian architecture with its carved stone, crumbling palaces and pillared halls. Natasha has created a special piece to celebrate Diwali – Ganesha| New Beginnings.

This is a handmade screen-print in an edition of 40 and is the perfect gift for Diwali or to hang in your home for the celebration. Kumar has a dedicated following of affluent collectors who love to be reminded of India as well. The Ganesha God symbolises fresh starts and prosperity. Most timely in the current climate!

Kumar’s first show was at the age of 17, the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Since then via London galleries and art fairs, exhibitions at the Royal Geographical Society and a five-month solo show at the Southbank, she has acquired an extensive following among discerning collectors in the UK and worldwide.

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