“Not Not The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition” from15th June – 20th August 2022
It’s been a phenomenal year for Richa Vora, one of our gallery artists who only settled in England three years ago. Chosen for The Royal Institute of Watercolourist Exhibition 2021 with her painting “Two Girls” and The British Art Prize 2021 for “The Morning After” and chosen for The New English Art Club Exhibition 2021 for “Confluence” Read more –>
A professional artist originally from Kolhapur, India now living in London, UK. She loves expressing herself through painting and drawing, taking inspiration from the journey of her life.
Vora started drawing whilst at school in Kolhapur inspired by her schoolteacher who identified and fostered her natural artistic talent. This talent developed into painting as she grew in the natural green surrounds of lush Kolhapur forests and observed nature all around from clouds & mountains to trees & vegetation to rivers & ocean, learning to embrace the tiniest of details and wealth of textures in nature.
Vora expanded her applied arts degree experience into fine arts since graduating in 2007 and has grown her expressive practice to capture the soul and essence of a person or scene taking inspiration from the master impressionist. At this time Richa worked with renowned artist Sanjay Shelar and received guidance from Ajey Dalvi and Dasharath Sangaonka.
Style: landscape figurative