Thursday, October 5, 2017
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Monday, May 1, 2017
The light outside goes from pitch dark in the west to pale blue in the east where the sun is rising. The vast horizon offers a glimpse into the nature of things; the flux that always is. Where does something begin and where does it end? The sun keeps rising and setting at the same time.
And then there is a landscape of clouds; mountains and valleys, caves and river beds. The rivers are dark and deep. Who knows what secrets lie in those depths? All I know is that way below the waters is a deeper ocean. The clouds are moving, shape shifting, undecided on what they want to be or can be. The possibilities are infinite.
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
I am happy to announce that I now have a website: www.priyavadhyar.com. It has taken me a while to get around to building one (the joys of procrastination know no bounds). Thanks to friends and family who checked the initial version of the website and gave me feedback and enthusiasm. My work on the website is not over yet. I am still working on some of the backend details, but the structure and content of the website is up and ready to go.
I hope you will take a look and tell me what you think. As I said the website is still a work in progress, so do let me know if you see any problems cropping up. I'd really appreciate it. Enjoy!
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
lithograph, 4.25x2.75" (folded), 2016
My print 'Unlikely Treasures' has been accepted for the juried exhibition INK IT: Contemporary Print Practices at BlackRock Center for the Arts. The juror for the exhibition is Helen Frederick, who is an artist, curator, educator and the founder of Pyramid Atlantic Art Center; a major figure in the DC arts scene. I am happy to be part of an exhibit that she has juried. It's great to be showing my work at this regional printmaking exhibition along with such talented artists, many of whom I know personally.
The exhibition will be up from February 11 until March 11, and opens this weekend on Saturday, February 11th (2-4pm). Here is the postcard.