Gupta Solo Exhibit At Small World Coffee
“ELIXIR”: The works of artist Spriha Gupta are featured in a solo exhibition in Small World Coffee in Princeton this July. Gupta uses textures and recycled products to create organic forms on canvas.
The art of Skillman area resident Spriha Gupta is the focus of a solo exhibit this July at Small World Coffee in Princeton.
Gupta is a self-taught visual artist who brings new aspects to the medium of art by using textures and recycled products to create organic forms on canvas.
She says her subjects vary from nature to the abstract, and that any form that makes a relationship with her through its color, flow, and textures inspires her to bring it out on canvas. She repurposes found objects and gives them a second life in most of her pieces.
“I want my art to create a space for conversation and a look within, exploring the various layers of the world we inhabit,” said Gupta. The almost three-dimensional pieces of her work suggest that art has no boundaries, and being limitless in nature, the colors and forms flow from one space to another.
Gupta said she’s a person seeking inner fulfillment through her art, and if it can bring a smile or touch a soul, she feels she has been able to spread some joy in a world of daily strife and pain for so many.
Her works were recently shown at the Blawenburg Café in Skillman and the Tulpehaking Nature Center in Trenton. For more information, visit the website at www.designsbyspriha.com.