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Welcome to Susmitha's Exhibition Page!

Explore curated exhibitions showcasing her diverse artworks. From galleries to art fairs, delve into her creative journey and discover the stories behind each showcase. Join us in celebrating Susmitha's contributions to the art world.

Women in Art

To honour International Women's Day, Central Park Towers at Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) proudly presented the second edition of the "Women in Art" exhibition in 2020, organized by Gallery Arabesque. Amongst 241 submissions, 100 remarkable artworks by talented female artists residing in the UAE were chosen. Being selected as one of the 100 artists filled me with immense pride, especially since it marked my first exhibition. The featured artwork, titled "Celebrations," captures the magic of New Year's night against the iconic Burj Khalifa skyline. Crafted using alcohol ink on ceramic tiles, it invites viewers to immerse themselves into a world of joy and festivity.

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Azadi Ka Amruth Mahotsav

Participating in the 'Azadi ka Amruth Mahotsav' to celebrate India's 75th Independence Day at the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi in 2022 was an incredible honour. The artwork I showcased at this prestigious event was titled 'Diversity.' Through vivid flowers, it represents the rich cultural blend of modern India, transcending barriers of race and religion. India, known as one of the world's most diverse nations, is a melting pot of religions, ethnicities, and customs. Created using alcohol ink on synthetic paper, this painting celebrates the unity found within our diversity.

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Ganesha Acrylic Painting

Bharath Utsav

In 2023, Funun Arts Group organized an exhibition at Queen Elizabeth 2, Dubai, celebrating Indian heritage and culture. It was here that I showcased my traditional Mysore painting, the one depicted first above. In this artwork, a parrot gracefully adorns the right shoulder of goddess Meenakshi, believed to impart knowledge of 64 art forms to her.

Mysore paintings are renowned for their elegance, subtle hues, and meticulous attention to detail, often enhanced with 24-carat gold leaf. The predominant themes in these artworks revolve around Hindu gods and goddesses, as depicted in the second painting shown above, as well as scientific concepts from Hindu mythology.

World Art Dubai

Every year, Dubai hosts an exciting array of creative events and artistic activities as part of its annual celebration of the arts. This vibrant cultural scene reflects Dubai's dedication to nurturing and showcasing talent from around the world. In 2023, I took a significant step in my artistic journey by making my debut as a solo artist. The experience was both nerve-wracking and exhilarating. As I displayed my various alcohol ink artworks, which I had poured my heart into over the past two years, I was overwhelmed by the positive feedback from visitors. The most memorable moment for me came when one of my paintings was sold, and the buyer expressed genuine appreciation for my work. It was a deeply gratifying experience, reaffirming my love for creating art and inspiring me to continue pursuing my passion.

Indradanush Art Exhibition


In 2021, a unique art exhibition and walk took place at the Consulate General of India in Dubai, marking UAE Tolerance Week. This event, brought together by the Paintbrush art community, aimed to celebrate tolerance and unity through art. As part of this meaningful occasion, I had the pleasure of presenting a painting of Lord Ganesha, crafted with acrylic paint on canvas. This artwork served as a tribute to the revered deity, adding a touch of cultural richness to the event.

Indian Art Festival
India Art Festival

India Art Festival

In 2022, I had the opportunity to participate in India's contemporary art fair held at Bangalore Chitrakala Parishath, organized by Ruturaj IndoArtFest Pvt Ltd. Showcasing my artwork, which featured both traditional and abstract paintings, allowed me to introduce the innovative concept of alcohol ink to the audience. Visitors were fascinated by the vivid colours and delicate ink flow, making it a memorable and successful international exhibition.

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