Inspired by world-famous temples such as Meenakshi, Khajurao, Konak, their work transmits the richness of Indian culture in all its richness and glory.

Adelaide, Australia
Michael Mott

Originally from Adelaide, Michael moved to Melbourne to study visual arts in college and pursue his creative calling. He experimented with different classical techniques and studied various forms of art. In the end he developed his own distinct style that stands him apart from others. After college, he opened his own concept store where he exhibited his artwork. ‘Tree of Love’, ‘Benediction’ and ‘Awareness’ are among some of his masterpieces. With time, his boutique turned out to be a big success.

He invited other artist to join him and showcase their work. His store presented the most varied collection of art from handmade jewelry pieces, to Moroccan mirrors, Polynesian sculptures, abstract installation, photography. With time, Michael decided to move back to Adelaide to streamline his creative energy to painting and writing.

Chenai, India
R. Mani
R. Mani mastered craftsmanship technique of sculpting using Sandstone material.

Inspired by the ancient Indian temples such as Khajurao and Menakshi - he is famous for depicting Hindu deities, Indian goddesses, dancing ladies and beautiful feminine figures in his work. Admiration and value of his skills was so strong across India, that he was honoured by President of India in 1986.

Odessa, Ukraine
Svetlana Babaeva

Svetlana spent much of her time travelling and discovering hidden treasures of the world. Her discovery of Asia in particularly, played a pivotal role for her. She admired not only Asia’s vibrant culture - but also the people, nature, landscapes, and its timeless architecture. She covered all corners, from Bhutan and Myanmar, to Mongolia and Japan. It awoke something within her. She felt the urge to capture and share the beauty of this landscape with the world.

That is how she began to paint. She tried various painting medium from traditional acrylic, pastel, watercolour to less common ones such as coffee or ink. As her passion for painting grew, she invested her time into perfecting her technique and studying alternative art forms such mosaic, collage, print making, photography and graphic design. Through her art, one can experience the diversity of Asian culture - in all its shapes and colours.

Andhra Pradesh, India
K.Ravi
The quality of his work with tiger eye, rose quartz, and labradorite stone are unparalleled.

K. Ravi is yet another renowned artist in India, who received an award from Chief Minister of India. His mastership in sculpting can be captured in the level of details he puts in his art with semi-precious stones. Indeed each Buddha head seems real.

Gujarat, India
V. Sompura

His signature style lies in his ability to work with white marble. He is often inspired by images of Buddha, but also works around more modern and abstract ideas for his sculptures.

Inspired by world-famous temples such as Meenakshi, Khajurao, Konak, their work transmits the richness of Indian culture in all its richness and glory.
  • Michael Mott

    Adelaide, Australia
    Michael Mott

    Originally from Adelaide, Michael moved to Melbourne to study visual arts in college and pursue his creative calling. He experimented with different classical techniques and studied various forms of art. In the end he developed his own distinct style that stands him apart from others. After college, he opened his own concept store where he exhibited his artwork. ‘Tree of Love’, ‘Benediction’ and ‘Awareness’ are among some of his masterpieces. With time, his boutique turned out to be a big success.

    He invited other artist to join him and showcase their work. His store presented the most varied collection of art from handmade jewelry pieces, to Moroccan mirrors, Polynesian sculptures, abstract installation, photography. With time, Michael decided to move back to Adelaide to streamline his creative energy to painting and writing.

  • R. Mani

    Chennai, India
    R. Mani
    R. Mani mastered craftsmanship technique of sculpting using Sandstone material.

    Inspired by the ancient Indian temples such as Khajurao and Menakshi - he is famous for depicting Hindu deities, Indian goddesses, dancing ladies and beautiful feminine figures in his work. Admiration and value of his skills was so strong across India, that he was honoured by President of India in 1986.

  • Svetlana Babaeva

    Odessa, Ukraine
    Svetlana Babaeva

    Svetlana spent much of her time travelling and discovering hidden treasures of the world. Her discovery of Asia in particularly, played a pivotal role for her. She admired not only Asia’s vibrant culture - but also the people, nature, landscapes, and its timeless architecture. She covered all corners, from Bhutan and Myanmar, to Mongolia and Japan. It awoke something within her. She felt the urge to capture and share the beauty of this landscape with the world.

    That is how she began to paint. She tried various painting medium from traditional acrylic, pastel, watercolour to less common ones such as coffee or ink. As her passion for painting grew, she invested her time into perfecting her technique and studying alternative art forms such mosaic, collage, print making, photography and graphic design. Through her art, one can experience the diversity of Asian culture - in all its shapes and colours.

  • K.Ravi

    Andhra Pradesh, India
    K.Ravi
    The quality of his work with tiger eye, rose quartz, and labradorite stone are unparalleled.

    K. Ravi is yet another renowned artist in India, who received an award from Chief Minister of India. His mastership in sculpting can be captured in the level of details he puts in his art with semi-precious stones. Indeed each Buddha head seems real.

  • V. Sompura

    Gujarat, India
    V. Sompura

    His signature style lies in his ability to work with white marble. He is often inspired by images of Buddha, but also works around more modern and abstract ideas for his sculptures.

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