Thakalis Art Gallery
India’s leading affordable tribal and folk boutique art gallery
19th Century inspired handcrafted Tibetan artefacts offer works from the diverse movements of this revolutionary era. Rich in idiosyncrasies, the latest works combine distinguished materials of terracotta and the artist's fluid process. Though the works appear effortless and forgiving of imperfections, they are the belabored products of an intuitive and technically fastidious approach, involving firing, carving, undoing and redoing
A graduate of the Purnea Art College in Bihar, Dewashish Das's interest in art can be traced as early as school. Dewashish worked with the eminent artist Shri Sukumay Mitra, a graduate from Shantiniketan and student of Nandalal Bose, after a stint at the Rabindra Bharati University in Kolkata. A recurring theme of culture and heritage is most commonly seen in Dewashish's paintings. Das has participated in several regional, national and international exhibitions.
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Suresh Panje, India
Masterpieces by artists from the Himalayan regions about whom I had scribbled about Asha Chopra promoting their artistic traits in the tabloid neighbourhood star. All said and done, Asha Chopra is an expert par excellence when it comes to Thangka Art, indeed matchless, one must admit.
Candy Rohde, Cape Town
My house in Cape Town is filled with exquisite Thakali paintings inspired by Asha Chopra's encouragement.
K.R Rajesh, Architect
'Art' to me is the mutual sharing of joy between the creator and the beholder, and is independent of Material, Time or Age. Thakalis Art Gallery enforces this 'Passion for Art' by spanning generations.