Shachi Srivastava Biography
Born in India and graduated as an Engineer, her career started as a Software Engineer in 2004. Despite success in this field, Shachi had a passion for painting. After moving to the United States of America, she started painting as a hobby sometime in 2012. Slowly with perseverance, commitment and dedication, she transformed into self-taught artist. She craves to learn new techniques and in creating beautiful, vibrant and colorful pieces of art. Shachi excels in intricate and magnificent designs in her artworks, which are inspired by folk and tribal art styles, mainly Madhubani Art. She has a strong affinity towards creating vibrant and colorful pieces of Art using Acrylic medium, Pens and Markers, and Mixed Media. She aims at spreading joy, beauty and smiles through her vibrant Color Palette. She was exposed to the Madhubani Art forms, since her childhood as she grew up in the region where Madhubani Art originated (Origin of Madhubani/Mithila art forms: Madhuban/Mithila regions of India and Nepal). The profoundness of this art style left her spellbound. She started working extensively on Madhubani paintings and amalgamating this 2000 years old ancient art form with today’s Contemporary Era. She is exploring the flexibility of Madhubani Art in her work as well as contributing her share to help this fascinating art form co-exist in today’s Art world. Her works have been published by magazines, and also exhibited in New York, Miami and Georgia. One of her work was published by The Sisters of Charity, Halifax, Canada in 2012. She has received some awards for some of her works of art. She was invited to speak in IACS – Women Breaking Barriers, a Women’s Conference held in Georgia, USA in 2017. She currently resides in Georgia, USA. Website: http://www.srijanshachi.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/srijan.shachi Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dedicated to true expression through the arts.