Resin artist Abhigna Kedia combines fluidity of resin with bold colours of acrylic paints to construct a harmony of fabricated emotions.
Anchored by: Diksha Jawle
Photographs: Courtesy The Artist
Resin artist Abhigna Kedia, a Bengaluru resident, holds an Advanced Diploma in Art and Design from Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, and Bachelors in Visual Arts from Chitrakala Parishath. For Abhigna, her work process is an evolution of fluid art.
With years of practice, she has cultivated the unique process of blending fluid style with free movement, intentional brushstrokes, pen work and layering of numerous media. While the unpredictable and indestructible nature of the art form drew Abhigna towards resin art, her fascination with adding in layers and having conversations with colours made her follow her passion as a full-fledged resin artist. Observation is the key inspiration for Abhigna, while the challenge “is to see beyond the conscious and capture the true sense of the feeling or emotion.” There is a part of her in the paintings. Her paintings consist of seven-eight layers with different techniques on each layer. These intertwining layers lead to interpretation. Her latest collection, Heaven and Earth, records a dialogue with your emotions beyond the conscious. For Abhigna, the whole idea of this collection is an ongoing process as she keeps on adding new techniques to it on her path to discovery.