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Sh. Moksharth Vora , Contemporary Pichwai Artist from Gurugram, Haryana Q1. How did your career journey start? Or Who/What inspired you ...

Sh. Moksharth Vora, Contemporary Pichwai Artist

from Gurugram, Haryana

Q1. How did your career journey start? Or Who/What inspired you to start this Art Journey?

- I am a fashion designer by profession, but art and especially painting is my passion. After working in the fashion industry for more than a decade, I decided to start following my passion for art, and since 2017, I have started painting. I used to paint digitally since 2011 but after mastering digital art I came back to traditional painting, and now I do both.

Q2. Kindly share some information about your Arts, products and services here.

- A combination of modern and traditional art is my specialty; I paint different deities and their swaroop in various contemporary ways. But my most favourite is Krishna and Shrinathji in contemporary pichwai style. I also take online workshops and 1 -1 classes to teach drawing and painting. Along with this I closely work with a few architects and interior designers and create various digital and traditional artforms and Prints for their projects. I also take custom orders / sell my original paintings through my social media links.

Q3. What kind of challenges did you face while starting/doing your arts?

- Since my former education in fashion, I am always trying to think outside of the box and that is quite challenging, working on something new without changing the core elements of any traditional art is a task in itself, and so i work on the stages, note down my ideas and inspiration and then compile them together to create a unique composition.

Q4. Are you an Art Entrepreneur?

- I am a fashion and art entrepreneur and have been doing business for 4 years now.


Q5. Do share with our readers about your discovery period when you were facing difficulties?

- Like I said earlier, since I always try to think outside of the box, it's quite challenging to decide composition, color combination and experimenting with materials and it all takes a good amount of time.

Q6. Share with our readers about your experiment period after the discovery period?

- It takes upto 7 days to 1 month at times to finish 1 painting. Just like other full-time jobs, this one also takes upto 8 to 10 hours a day work.


Q7. How have you empowered other people?

- I'll say through my art, I keep mentioning that creating art is a very meditative experience for me and through my art I try to spread positivity and happiness, when i see other people appreciate my work, I feel grateful.

I suggest the same to everyone, feel the connection with your art and your art will speak for you.

Q8. What are your future plans? Or now what is your vision for the next five years?

- I wish to share my knowledge and experience with more and more people through workshops and creating art for everyone. I am hoping to do some exhibitions of contemporary pichwai Art in the near future.

Q9. How would you advise/suggest new artists/entrepreneurs who want to start & sustain?

- I strongly suggest that you keep your eyes and mind open, Observe, Imagine, take inspiration from other artist's work but don't copy. And most importantly keep practicing, the more you practice the more you master your work. 


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Interviewed By : Ms. Nisha Nikam Bhagwate
Editor – Interior Vista eMagazine
Mob: +91 7039923179

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