Sharvari Luth (Artist + Architect + Art Consultant )
Sharvari is an Artist and and an Architect. She has established her own studio, Studio ColorzOne fifteen years back. With a unique background of Art and Architecture, today she is an accomplished artist giving her complete attention to vivid imaginations over canvas.
Self-taught, Sharvari has equipped herself with intricacies of visual art, practice as well as theory and explores all forms of expression from realistic to geometric abstractions to reach to her idiom that we see today. She further explored in detail the field of Colour Therapy and dwelled deeply into Colour Consultancy. She has been in the field of Art since last two decades now, having her expressions painted over more than 500 art works. She has explored many mediums, but her expertise lies in acrylics and oils on canvas.
She is influenced by great Indian artists like S.H Raza, Vasudeo Gaitonde as well as international artists like Piet Mondrian, Mark Rothko and Frank Stella.
Her exhibitions have been instrumental in financially supporting the education and development of rural and underprivileged children in Nashik district. Through her Mumbai exhibition in 2015, the funds were raised for Cancer research and treatment of children at Tata Cancer Memorial Hospital, Mumbai through Terry Fox Foundation.
Her artworks have received rave reviews and have been written about in all leading newspapers like Times of India, DNA, Maharashtra Times, Lokmat, Mumbai Mirror, Mid day, Hindustan Times, Sakal, etc.
Her works are in the collection of eminent, illustrious personalities like Hon. Ratan Tata, Shri Amitabh Bachchanji, Shri Devendra Phadnavis ( Chief Minister, Maharashtra), Mr Satish Mathur ( Ex-Director General of Police, Maharashtra ), Mr.M.S Bitta ( Chairman, All India Anti Terrorist Front ), Ms Hema Malini, Atul Kulkarni, Sachin Khedekar, Mrinal Kulkarni, Late Reema Lagu ( Hindi/Marathi film actors ), Mr Noshir Talathi ( Eminent architect), Mr Gev Patel (VP-Sales, Taj group of Hotels), , Mrs Vidya Yerevdekar (Principal Director, Symbiosis Society). Her several paintings are adorning the Bombay House (Global headquarters of Tata Group), Hotel Taj Gateway (Nashik) and of many more edifices in India as well as in United States of America, Dubai, Sweden, Finland, Singapore etc.
- In 2018, at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai.
- In 2017, at Studio ColorzOne, Nashik.
- In 2016, at Hotel Oberoi, Dubai.
- In 2014, at Hotel Taj President, Mumbai.
- In 2013, at Hotel Taj President, Mumbai.
- In 2012, at Darpan Art Gallery, Pune.
- In 2011 at Fravashi Academy, Nashik.
She has participated in numerable group shows –
- HCG Manavata Cancer Centre, Nashik as a part of Group Art Show, ’Your love for Art can save lives’.
- Kanakia Paris, BKC for the ‘Women of Art’ exhibition.
- As part of Global Art Fair, Dubai.
- Charity Art Exhibition of 101 Women Artists in association with Women Art Foundation at Coormarswamy Hall, Mumbai.
- The ‘Achiever Award’ by Lions Club of Nashik in 2008.
- In 2011, on 8th March, the International Womens Day, The Woman Entrepreneur Award by the Womens Forum, North Maharashtra.
- In 2012, Felicitation by the Fine Arts Society, United Kingdom for her philanthrophy work in the field of Art.
- In 2013, Awarded the ‘Mahila Gaurav Puraskar’ by the Maharashtra Sanskrutik Dynanapith.
- In 2014, Awarded the ‘Girana Gaurav Puraskar’ by the Girana Gaurav Pratishthan for her contribution in the field of Art.
- In 2015, on the International Womens Day, awarded the ‘Woman Icon of Nashik’ by the Sakal Media Group.
- In 2016, Awarded the ‘Maharashtra Nari Ratna 2016’ by the Akhil Bhartiya Yuva Manch ( Nashik Chapter ).
- Awarded the Navdurga Puraskar of 2017 by Kalika Devi Mandir Sansthan and Krida Sadhana.
She has ventured into furniture design too. She actively participates and has initiated several art related programs, workshops and activities in school going children in a number of schools. She is confident that this will spread the love of art as well as underline its importance during the formative years of children.