Article by Pratiksha Apurv published in Speaking Tree on March 21, 2015, New Delhi, India
It’s not a bird. This parrot is in fact a female model who posed for Johannes Stötter, a fine art body painter. Using breathable paint, he spent hours painstakingly turning this woman into the image of a parrot, brushstroke by brushstroke.The model’s arm forms the parrot’s head and beak, and her legs form the wing
When you immerse yourself in your work and go beyond the mind, you become centred, writes Pratiksha Apurv on June 15, 2014.
An article by Pratiskha on human energies and balancing, published in ‘The Speaking Tree‘, 30th March 2014, New Delhi, India.
Pratiksha exhibits at the 44th International Film Festival of India – Patricia Ann Alvarez writes in the ‘Herald’, Goa, on 16.11.2013.
Pratisksha’s paintings to be shown at the much acclaimed *Soul of Asia* exhibition during the 44th International Film Festival of India in Goa, from November 20 to 30, 2013
Michael Grab is an artist who has been ‘rock balancing’ since 2008. Much of his recent work has been done around the Boulder, Colorado area.
Pratiksha Apurv says her painting, ‘Beyond Greed’, portrays the liberation of an ecstatic singer-seeker.
Altamira (meaning high view in Spanish) is an ancient cave located in Northern Spain, situated 19 miles west of the port city of Santander in Cantabria province; it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985.
Published in the 2013 annual issue of ‘Society’ in India, renown painter Pratiksha is named as one of the hundred Newsmakers of the year.
Published on March 15, 2013, the Daily Post, India, writes about Pratiksha, her life and work as Osho’s sannyasin and her next exhibition.
Published in ‘The Speaking Tree’ on January 20, 2013, widely acclaimed painter Pratiksha writes about creating space for the divine and shows her exquisitely rendered painting, Receptivity.
In an article published in ‘The Speaking Tree’ (a Times of India publication, New Delhi) on October 7, 2012, widely acclaimed painter Pratiksha writes about the power of love.
Italian artist Shola Carletti shows her work in India, where she has been a resident for the last few years.
In an article published in ‘The Speaking Tree’ (a Times of India publication, New Delhi) on March 11, 2012, widely acclaimed painter Pratiksha writes about colours playing an important part in our lives.
Deva Nirguna introduces us to a creative art retreat in the heart of the living Mayan culture – it is an invitation!
Anando Arnold showcases his kinetic objects which were shown recently at the 3rd Kap-Hoorn-Art Exhibition in Bremen.
Pratiksha Apurv has emerged as one of the prominent and acclaimed painters today in India; she is Osho’s niece.
Shivananda, a Swiss PT in Greece shoes off his painted stones and ponders over his 10 (playful) commandments for painting.
Rashid tells us his story, about growing up in Britain, his studies at Oxford and Chelsea Art School – and how he came to Osho
Vira interviews Meera and Premendra, the printer of some high quality reproductions of her paintings
Atit Maria shares with us pictures of her Little Buddhas and tells us the story of how she started making them