Founded by Vidushini, one of India's leading Mithila artists, Madhubani Arts India is a Bangalore based creator of various forms of Madhubani/Mithila paintings of different sizes on handmade paper, canvas, greetings cards and on silks
Vidushini is a Bengaluru based Madhubani (Mithila) Artist. She is from Bihar, the state where Madhubani paintings originated. She works on different types of handmade paper, canvas, and silk and fabrics. I have exhibited my Madhubani Paintings at several Art Galleries across India including , Renaissance Art, Gallery (Bangalore), David Hall Art Gallery, Fort Kochi, Eka Lifestyle, Bangalore, Genesis Art Gallerie. She has have also showcased her work at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, Bengaluru.
Vidushini also got an opportunity to display my work at Vista, the premier business festival of IIM Bangalore and at Spectrum 2018 at Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore. Besides these, she has been invited by several technology companies in Bangalore to display my work. This includes JP Morgan, Quintiles, ANZ and others.
Vidushini has been empanelled by the Central Cottage Emporium, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India as an enlisted artist.
Some of her exclusive work are also available on Novica, a National Geographic partner site, which connects Artisans to a global marketplace of socially conscious customers
Print version of some of my work in form of various products are available on FineArtAmerica who have revolutionized the way that artwork is bought and sold around the world.
She is also associated with A Hundred Hands and Sampoorn, two of the leading NGOs working to promote handicrafts in India, She was invited by Fabindia, one of India's largest private platform for products that are made from traditional techniques, skills and hand-based processes, to give a demo at their store in Bangalore. She was interviewed by Indian Express, The Hindu, Times of India and other leading media houses. YourStory, India’s no.1 media platform for entrepreneurs, dedicated to passionately championing and promoting the entrepreneurial ecosystem in India, featured her in August 2015.
Vidushini has also authored a book on Madhubani Art. It was commissioned by the National Resource Centre for Cluster Development (NRCD) National Institute for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (ni-msme), Hyderabad under the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India, has been published. Had a great opportunity of interviewing more than 10 Madhubani artists and getting to understand from them the challenges and road ahead for the art. She also conducts Madhubani Workshops.
Her work 'A Celebration of Life' was chosen as the theme image for the Lok Sangeet Sammelan, organized by India Habitat Center in August 2015.
Her Painting A Tree of Life was put on cover of a Delhi University's book on Indian History and Culture
She have been actively promoting Madhubani Arts on across all social media platforms. My blog vidushini.blogspot.in has page views of more than 170,000 and there have been close to 6 Lakh page views to my Google Plus profile.
The Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/madhubanipainting/ as close to 18000 members which I set up with an aim of furthering this traditional art form