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Carter Road turns into a live sunset art gallery with ‘Art by The Sea’ Conceptualised and organised by Le Sutra – the Indian Art Hotel.

The fourth edition celebrates ‘A Platform for Women Artists’ as its central theme with live paintings by 12 powerful



The fourth edition celebrates ‘A Platform for ladies Artists’ as its central theme with live paintings by 12 powerful


women artist from India.



Supported by the Bandra West Resident Association, and Camlin Kokuyo



The fourth edition of ‘Art by the Sea’ may be a platform for ladies artists to return out of their studios, on the

streets, brushes in their hands, facilitating conversations with communities, transforming them into art, and

claiming public space. the town itself will become a gallery.

“A one among its kind live painting / sculpting event that brings together during this year the foremost renowned women

artists from the country to color / sculpt whilst the sun sets over three days at the very lively Carter Road

Promenade, Bandra West. Artists get an opportunity to not only work by the breathtaking Arabian Sea , watching

the sun set, connecting with right set of art lovers, interact with audience, showcase their artworks and

expand their circle”, states Ms. Mitali Bajaj – Director Le Sutra – The Indian Art Hotel.

“Women have long played an important role in India's arts scene. As reflectors, translators, and mediators Indian

women artists, have emphasized societal issues, including cultural and social identity, within the sort of

paintings, sculptures, and installations since pre-independence times. However, they still face

challenges resulting from gender bias, whether it's difficulty finding opportunities to coach or showcase

their art, or a scarcity of critical recognition”, states Shraddha Purnaye, curator of the art event.

The pantheon of artists participating during this event are Ami Patel, Anuja Paturkar, Arpita Bhavsar, Gayatri

Mehta, Manjri Verde, Maushmi Ganguly, Nikita Thakur, Ribaka Nikam, Shilpa Nikam, Sujata Achrekar,

Sweeta Rai, Tejswini Sonawane and Vipta Kapadia. Artworks are going to be created in several subjects and

mediums like, acrylic on canvas, acrylic on linen, woodcut printmaking, metal work and terracotta.

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