Anindita Dasgupta is a collaborative professional with substantial experience in customer service & operations in large scale companies. A key professional in people management, team building & retention, she is a newly anointed self-taught artist, working mainly with acrylics and Digital Art. The first Art show came across her way in April 2019, with Conception Arts, when they spotted her work on Instagram and extended an invitation to join. Now she has over ten Art shows in and around the Dallas-Fort worth area. Her works have also been published a few Art Magazines.
Her styles are abstract, intuitive and impressionistic. As an artist, she tries to explore different kinds of subject and also learn and discover different techniques along the way but her love for florals has guided her way trough this journey so far. She has added Digital art to her portfolio and is exploring and trying to reinvent this tactile medium with her creativity and her love for florals and landscapes. She feels digital art gives an endless scope for colors and composition that's extremely elevating and exciting to work with as an artist. Also an avid traveler, she has traveled to twenty five states the US in just the last 6 years and does not intend on slowing. She is now enjoying documenting her travels through her creativity. Being able to do art full time is nothing short of a dream for her and so she just wants to use her gift to create and express her love for all the beauty around. Painting is a daily routine for her and with that comes immense learning and practice.
Anindita is married and moved to the United states from India with her husband in 2013, having lived in California for a year, she now calls Dallas her home. With a life that was nothing short of a nightmare for over two decades, she has found blessing now, and she considers her art to be an important part of that blessing and says that this life now, is nothing short of a miracle for her!
For Frisco Parks and recreation at Mayor Jeff Cheney's office
Envision Art Magazine