Shivali Mathur is a qualified commercial artist and has a Diploma in Commercial Art from Women's Polytechnic, Jaipur. She graduated in Arts from Maharani College, Rajasthan University and has a Master's Degree in Sociology from Rajasthan University.
She has a keen interest in and explores Indian Art such as Indian Miniature Paintings and Indian Folk Art styles such as, Madhubani, Warli, Kalamkari and Pata Chitra. She also likes to experiment with different mediums and styles and create contemporary art that show the influence of folk arts in her body of work.
She was the representative as an Indian artist at the South Asian Art Exhibition held in Singapore by the Temple of Fine Arts. She has exhibited her work at the ’Celebrating Womanhood’ event organized at Suntec, Singapore and at ’Rhythms of Unity’ event organized by the Ang Mo Kio GRC.
She has also exhibited at events organized by the India Tourism Board and Temple of Fine Arts. She has taught at the Indian Club wing of the Singapore Management University (SMU). She has been a Co-Curriculur Activity coach at the Global Indian International School at the East Coast Campus.
Kumuda Krovvidi is a qualified Chartered Accountant, who has a keen interest in drawing and painting,
She is especially interested in exploring and recreating in her paintings the beauty of Ajanta mural art. The Ajanta caves are a treasure trove of mural paintings in the Buddhist viharas and chaityas and depict the jataka stories and stories of the life of the Buddha before he became the ‘Enlightened One’. The figures have a unique posture called the ‘tribhanga’, where the head, torso and waist are at different angles and create an impression of subtle grace in their form.
She has a keen interest in and explores Indian Art such as Indian Miniature Paintings and Indian Folk Art styles such as, Madhubani, Warli, Kalamkari and Pata Chitra.
She has completed a one year course in Basic Western Art from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts(NAFA) .She loves to teach art to adults and children that includes sketching, drawing, and use of different media such as water colors, poster colors, acrylics and oil colors. She has been a Co-Curricular Activity Coach for the subject “Indian Folk Art Study and Painting” with the Global Indian International School at the Queenstown campus.