The spice of life - Group Exhibition in Summertown, City (136) - 8th May- 16th May, 2021
Art @ Chalgrove (210) - 15th May - 23rd May, 2021
Jyoti is an acrylic and resin artist who also enjoys exploring different mediums like clay and foam sheets for model making. She also transforms objects like candles, mirrors, baubles and ceramic figurines into art pieces.
Her work is inspired by nature, celebration of life and colours. The mood of most of the pieces of art is bright, positive and thought provoking, as she believes her work should “put a smile on your face”, and share positivity towards life. Many of the pieces are inspired by Indian tradition and culture as these are imbibed into her being of Indian origin.
Jyoti brings textures and patterns into her work inspired by her love for henna and uses the same technique for intricate lines and designs. The materials used to create texture along with paint and resin are sand, shells, pebbles, feathers, laces, gemstones etc.
She uses different techniques, and these can be absolutely contrasting like abstract, fluid painting, carefully composed details, intricate lines to accentuate the subject, mandala patterns etc.
Canvas and wood panels range from 12x12 cm to 80x60 cm so far. Other art pieces range from 4cm to 6ftx5ft.
A chariot a created for festival parade is Jyoti’s largest piece of art.
Jyoti created “NHS HEROES” - acrylic on canvas which was donated to JR Hospital along with 300 hand-painted tea-lights & “Oxford Skyline” - Acrylic on canvas- donated to Churchill Hospital along with 100 hand-painted tea-lights during lockdown.