The Artist at work..

Many people know us only as travelling couple but Meenakshi Jha (Meenakshi Jey) is also a visual artist who works in different mediums and with different materials.

She started as a traditional Madhubani painter as a kid but she experimented a lot with that as well. slowly and steadily when she grew up and decided to make her career in arts, she made paintings, installations, travelling project, audio-paintings and books. here is a glimpse of her work.

An autodidact artist who is a post-graduate in history with a research degree in traditional paintings in India.

One of the earliest works in Madhubani Style.

One of the earliest works in Madhubani Style.

Gandhi’s Fishes, Acrylic on handmade paper, 15×18 inches (2010)

a series of paintings on identity

a series of paintings on Identity

Identity, Acrylic on handmade paper, 25×32 inches (2013)

Series of works exploring idea of Purush-Prakriti

Series of works exploring idea of Purush-Prakriti

History-Geography, Mixed Medium, 11×16 inches (2016)

Part of the series on Purush-Prakriti

Part of the series on Purush-Prakriti

History-Geography, Mixed medium, 20×30 inches (2016)

part of series on Purush-Prakriti

part of series on Purush-Prakriti

History-Geography, plaster of paris-acrylic on board, 20×36 inches, (2016)

Series of work on Purush-Prakriti

Series of work on Purush-Prakriti

History-Geography, plaster of paris and acrylic on board, 20×36 inches, (2016)

Erotic series

Erotic series

Man-Woman, color pencil on board, 18×30 inches, (2014)

Erotic series

Erotic series

Man-Woman, color pencil on board, 18×30 inches (2014)

Red lady

Red-Lady, Acrylic on fibre-glass, 6x1x1 ft, (2016)

Girly-games

Girly-games, Oil and acrylic on Canvas, 18×36 inches, (2016)

Part of the relational art project Artologue at South Asia University

Part of the relational art project Artologue at South Asia University

SAARC-Fish, Acrylic on Canvas, 8×17 ft, (2016)

A mural on the wall painted with kids in a village school

A mural on the wall painted with kids in a village school

Specs, Acrylic on Wall, (2015)

Tribal school Mural

The Three Worlds, Acrylic-mud-indigo on wall, 40×10 ft, (2015)

Adopted from an orphanage

Adopted from an orphanage

Orphan, Found objects-acrylic paint, Size-Varied, (2015)

Untitled

Untitled, Acrylic on Wall, 20×15 ft, (2015)

I in Togetherness- Performative photo-series

I in Togetherness- Performative photo-series

I in Togetherness- Week 24-Theme- Invisible, All credit- Meenakshi and Jey sushil (A 52 week Online performative series exploring the various aspects of a relationship, #Jeycouple)

I in Togetherness- online performative series

I in Togetherness- online performative series

I in Togetherness- Week 8- Theme-Fashion, All credit- Meenakshi and Jey sushil (A 52 week Online performative series exploring the various aspects of a relationship, #Jeycouple)

I in Togetherness

I in Togetherness

I in Togetherness- Week 30- Theme- Violence, All credit- Meenakshi and Jey sushil (A 52 week Online performative series exploring the various aspects of a relationship, #Jeycouple)

I in Togetherness

I in Togetherness

I in Togetherness- Week 19- Theme- Spirituality, All credit- Meenakshi and Jey sushil (A 52 week Online performative series exploring the various aspects of a relationship, #Jeycouple)

 

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