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Gogi Saroj Pal

Saroj Gogi Pal works with several mediums simultaneously. These includes painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, jewellery making, weaving and installation. Her installation "Red Saryu has Eyes" was a composite of several mediums. Her earlier works revolved around society and her immediate world. She soon created figural types, providing them with additional visual Symbolism culled from myths and ritualistic and religious sources. They include women with wings-a creature hovering between realms of the terrestrial and the celestial, flitting between reality and fantasy. Her NAYIKA also appears in the guise of Kamadhenu, the wish-fulfilling cow. Her gouache colours took on the appearance of small paintings on glass, with heavy outlines and flesh pink skin tone. Saroj Gogi Pal was a lecturer in art and printmaking at many Delhi colleges in the 70s. Since then she has been working as a full time artist in New Delhi.

   
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