Contemporary British Indian artist Nanda Khiara is inspired by great masters such as Gerhard Richter, Turner, Gauguin, Monet, and S. H. Reza to name a few. Her love for sublimity reflects in the choice of large canvases she so frequently uses. Her artwork is a beautiful translation of her tryst with the cultures of Asia, Middle East, Far East and Europe. Working eminently in acrylics and akin to generous and vibrant colours, Nanda creates unique mediums to narrate poignant stories that accentuate her storytelling. Her paintings are a poetry of warm and vivid, profound and complex, lyrical and romantic, and even dark and mystifying, depicting a deep sense of herself.
Currently living and working between London and Mumbai, with a Bachelor's Degree in Interior Design from American College in London, followed by an MBA from the University of Westminster, Nanda has chosen a career in interior design, treaded on the heels of marketing. She also writes for G2 Glory & Glamour, a magazine covering art and culture.
Disambiguation II - The Sunny Life, 2016
238 x 91 cm, Acrylic on Linen canvas
Porte d’Argento Multicolore, 2018
198 x 83 cm, Acrylic & Ink on Linen Canvas
Porte Nere e Oro, 2018
238 x 91 cm, Acrylic & Ink on Linen canvas
121 x 152 cm, Acrylic & ink on Linen canvas
Porte Bianche e Oro, 2018
243 x 243 cm, Acrylic on Canvas
Porte d'Argento II (blue), 2018
142 x 86 cm, Acrylic & ink on Linen canvas