“No day without a line” is the motto of much-decorated Indian artist Paresh Maity. Even whereas travelling, he paints watercolours on trains, sketches on planes and takes “small works” from his journeys home to finish in his studio in Delhi.
The 53-year-old artist is in Singapore this week for Kala Sutra 2018, a boutique artwork honest at The Arts House from tomorrow to Sunday. Kala Sutra focuses on Indian artists and is again after a hiatus of two years, with organisers seeing a greater market for artwork.
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