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Artist Pavani Nagpal’s latest art work titled, “Break the Barrier”

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“Art is not in my blood, but I am born for art”, that’s how the 27 year old artist Pavani Nagpal describes her passion for art. The artist who made her debut last year in October at India Art Festival, New Delhi, is all set to mesmerize Mumbai art lovers, with her latest art works titled, “Break the Barrier”.

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A versatile artist who loves to explore the unconventional, Pavani has learnt the nuances of Fine Arts from the well-known LaSalle college of arts, Singapore and is currently pursuing her master’s from the Amity University, Delhi. Being a feminist by heart, Pavani loves to inspire women and thus touches upon various aspects of women empowerment through her art. Her latest collection of figurative abstracts titled, Break the Barrier is focused on Body Positivity and the innate strength of a woman.

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A philanthropist and an emerging icon for gender equality, this Delhi-based artist creates thought-provoking, 21st century styles that would suit the walls of abstract art lovers and owns ‘PaavsArts’. “Every painting I create is a token of gratitude towards the universe for enabling me to do something for the society. These days you see ‘Body Positivity’ has taken a good stance, however it has a long way to go! Women in my country still struggle to believe that they are beautiful and capable to make their dreams come true! My art is for them. My artwork is for all those who want to fight back for themselves, who want to feel good, do good, be good! Through my art, I want to inspire and empower!”

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Pavani’s love for vibrant colors denotes the deep understanding of the world she has and her optimism for it. In her latest collection she has used Pop Colors to exhibit modern era women that are ready to shrug off the wild patriarchy. You can witness an element of grace and fashion mixed with fun in her art work. As an artist, she loves to experiment with charcoal, ink, acrylic and dabbles in fluid art. Her experimental and unconventional style is evident from the circular canvases she has used for this collection of art work.

“Trust the magic of new beginnings” says Pavani Nagpal. She is a budding example of promising authenticity, positivity and emotions wrapped in the bundles of painted canvases.

Her collection can be witnessed from Jan 19th to 22nd at Booth no. 86, India Art Festival, Nehru Centre, Dr. Annie Besant Rd., Worli, Mumbai.

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