Credit: Sneha Sansare, Autumn 2020, 2021, acrylic on canvas.
Thursday Artist Talk: Sneha Sensare, "Connecting with Nature"
In this talk organized by Surrey Art Gallery Association, Sneha Sensare shares her paintings and her journey as a self-taught artist.
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Free. Proof of vaccination is required with government-issued photo ID.
An emerging artist, Sneha Sansare began making art a few years ago by following her own intuition. She has been passionate about arts and crafts since childhood. In 2019, she got her first opportunity to exhibit her work in an art show that boosted her confidence. Among other subjects, Sansare enjoys landscape paintings as it draws attention to the beauty of nature and the importance of preserving it.
Sansare writes: “I feel so blessed to live in a beautiful country. I hope the bright colours in my paintings speak about how colourful life should be and growth of our inner self.”
In this illustrated talk, she will discuss her practice and experimentation with different forms and mediums. She will also do a live painting demo on the occasion of Holi, an ancient Indian festival in spring also known as the “Festival of Colours.”
About the Artist
Sneha Sansare is a self-taught artist who lives in Port Coquitlam. She moved to Canada from India in 2017 and started dedicating herself towards art a couple of years later. Her long-term goal is to have a career in art.
About Surrey Art Gallery Association
Surrey Art Gallery Association (SAGA) is a non-profit society that offers its members the opportunity to participate in and respond to contemporary art and be part of a community that actively supports Surrey Art Gallery.