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Priyanka Sinha is a visual artist from Delhi-NCR.

Priyanka Sinha
(Visual Artist)

Priyanka Sinha is a visual artist from Delhi-NCR. She is B.F.A topper from Art & Crafts College, Patna. and did M.F.A from Chandigarh. She works with a variety of mediums such as Painting, sculpture, installation, and printmaking photography. Now she is working with constructive balance, aesthetical and emotional ups & downs which relate to her everyday life, and tries to present her sentiments in the form of purity. She always believes in experiments in her artworks and loves the process of Discovery. Sometimes playing with colors turns out to be more appealing and more conceptual.

She has held many solos and group shows Her work also found space in many newspapers, magazines, etc. Her works have collections in many galleries in India and also abroad as like Sri Lanka, Japan & Canada I hereby attached my curriculum vitae.

Curriculum Vitae

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Place Of Birth: GAYA, BIHAR (INDIA)
Date of Birth : 5-2-1978


  • Fashion Designing vocational diploma.
  • B.F.A ‘Topper’ (Painting) from Arts & Crafts College, Patna in the year 2005.
  • M.F.A with distinction (painting)from Prachin Kala Kendra, Chandigarh.

Professional Experience:

  • Establishment of Fine Arts Deptt. In STEP UP SCHOOL, GHAZIABAD. (UP).
  • Work as Art faculty with KPS MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL, PATNA (BIHAR).
  • Work as Art Tutor with CAMLIN for various hobby courses (mainly Painting).
  • working with Prerna Art and craft institute as a teacher and secretary from 1998 till date.
  • Working with Centre for Urban Regional Excellence, NGO, Govt. of NCT of Delhi to impart professional skill trainings.

Solo Shows:

  • “Aspiration-I” at Nandlal Basu “Kala Dirgha”,Daak Bangla Chouraha Patna in Feb 2001.
  • “Aspiration-II” at Gallery of Art & Crafts College, Patna in Feb 2002.
  • “Aspiration-III” at Gallery of Art & Crafts College, Patna in Feb 2003.
  • “Unframed- I” at Banglore Fidelitus Gallery in February 2020.
  • “Invisible in the Visible”-1 at CLKA Gallery, Chandigarh from 26th-30th October 2021 by Lalit Kala Academy.
  • “Invisible in the Visible”-2 at Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra from 22nd- 30th November 2021.
  • Tadroop “at Chitrakala Parishath, Karnataka Banglore from 1st – 7th July 2022.

Group Shows:

  • College of Arts & Crafts Annual Exhibitions, Patna from 1998 to 2005.
  • ‘Rang Vikalp’ Painting Exhibition (1999-2001).
  • ‘Kala Koshish Exhibition 2000’ at Gandhi Sangrahalaya, Patna.
  • All India Fine Arts and Crafts Societythe‘State Level Art Exhibition’ from 12th to 18th Feb 2002.
  • M.F.Hussain Inaugurated Painting Exhibition at Arts & Crafts College, Patna on 16th Dec 2002
  • “SHAKTI” is a group show of 6 women artists at ‘Lokayata’ Art Gallery, N. Delhi.
  • “Buddha Ganesha Krishna” A group show at Mystiq Art Gallery, N. Delhi.
  • “MOKSH” is two men’s shows, presented by ‘Art View’ at New. Delhi.
  • “Vision-2008” is A group show presented by ‘Rai Foundation’ at Travancore Art Gallery, New Delhi.
  • ‘2010 Express” A group show presented by ‘Mrigna’ at Travancore Art Gallery, New Delhi.
  • “Parichay-2010” A group show at S Gallery.
  • “Kala Mangal Series 2015-2016” An Exhibition (Youth) at Dept. of Art, Culture & Youth, Lalit Kala Academy, Govt. of Bihar, Patna.

  • First state-level art exhibition 2015-2016 Govt. of Bihar, Patna.

  • A group exhibition with ‘Da” strokes from 20-27 October 2015 at Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi.

  • A group exhibition “LESS LINE” at Lalit Kala academy from 26th April to 2nd May 2016.

  • A group exhibition with ‘Pratibha’ A spectrum of art-Agneepath art with fashion and passion at PeareyLalBhavan, New Delhi from 20 to 22nd May 2016.

  • A group exhibition “India arts and gems fair 2016” was presented byLeelaPalace at Colonnade, Leela Palace, Bangalore from 30th June to 4th July 2016.

  • A group exhibition ‘Art Glance/ Splendor with Hungarian Information And Cultural Centre, New Delhi from 15th October to 18th October 2016.

  • A group exhibition fair ‘Diwali Art Mart’ was presented by New Delhi MunicipalCouncil from 21st October to 25th October 2016.

  • A group exhibition, ‘India International Art Festival 2016’, organized by Wisdom Society Of Creative Arts at Artizen Art Gallery, PeareyLalBhawanfrom from 12th to 16th November 2016.

  • A group exhibition, “Colour spectra” from 19th February 2017 to 24th February 2017 at ARTIZEN ART GALLERY New Delhi.

  • Participated in the “INTERNATIONAL ART MART KHAJURAHO2017” from 20th to 26th February 2017.

  • To celebrate ‘Feminism on the occasion of Women’s Day, a group exhibition show from 18th to 2nd March at U.S complex jasola. in Delhi with only women artists by Being Indian.

  • Beyond Colours group show of contemporary artists from 5th to 9th May 2017 at Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.

  • Rang-E-Aabshaar group exhibition for noble cause 22nd to 26th July 2017 at open palm court gallery, India habitat center, New Delhi.

  • A group show ‘TRANSMUTATION’ by Glance Art from 1st to 5th September in Open Palm Court, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.

  • Jaipur art fiesta show from 23rd to 28th at Jawahar Kala Kendra.
  • Group show with wisdom society of creative arts, Delhi on 13th January 2018 at Artizen art gallery, New Delhi.
  • Untitled-an international art exhibition 2018 inaugurated by Smt. Kirron Kher, member of parliament.
  • “Visual Expressions” with Speaking Art Foundation, a Group show held on 30th and 31st March 2018 at Gurugram and inaugurated by Mr. SambitPatra, a Senior Leader of BJP.
  • ART JUNCTION,@ HOTEL LALIT a group show of Artists curated by NareshKapuria.
  • participation in “KALA MELA” organized by Lalit Kala Academy in JJ Art College Mumbai.
  • Stabdhika is a group exhibition organized by the national gallery of modern art, New Delhi on 8th March 2019.
  • Group show at Bhuri Singh Museum, Chamba(HP), 19 June 2019.
  • ART FOR ODHISA donation to chief minister’s relief fund 2019.
  • “ART EXHIBITION” at ITM Campus, Gwalior held on 12 Sept 2019.
  • “JAIPUR ART SUMMIT” Mumbai Edition 2019 at Bombay Art Society, Mumbai from 1st to 6th Sept 2019.
  • Group exhibition 29th November to 14th December 2019 ‘Beginning to Shine’ by Navrathan Gallery, MG Road, Bengaluru.
  • ‘Tu Jhoom’ group show at Kalamkaar art gallery, Bikaner house 4th-8th November 2023.
  • AIFACS 96th Annual art exhibition, 12th December 2023 all India fine art society, Rafi Marg, Delhi.
  • India art festival,14 to 17 December 2023, palace ground, Kings court, Bellary road, Bengaluru.
  • ‘Cognition’ group exhibition by Kedar smriti Nyas & Bhagwat Prasad Memorial Academy 24 December 2023 Banda, Bundelkhand, U.P.

Awards & Certificates:

  • ‘All India Arts & Crafts Competition Award -1993 and 1995(2nd Position) organized by Student Education Trust of India.
  • ’ChitraBhushan Award’ 1993 (1st Position).
  • All India Arts & Crafts Competition in Sketching AWARD-1995.
  • 10th Ambedkar State Level Inter School Painting Competition Award-1995.
  • ‘Vyaska&AnvaratSiksha Kendra’ Patna University Competition Award-1996 (1st Position).
  • College of Arts & Crafts Annual Exhibition Award 2001.
  • Certificate for participation in POSTER Painting Competition organized by “Family Planning Association of India in Dec 2002.
  • ‘66th Foundation Sketch Competition-2005 at Arts & Crafts College, Patna.
  • ‘Buddha Education Development Centre Arts & Crafts Award.

Book Covers:

  1. राष्ट्र और राज्य (उपन्यास) जैनेंद्र कुमार द्वारा
  2. विवर्त (उपन्यास) जैनेंद्र कुमार द्वारा
  3. व्यतीत (उपन्यास) जैनेंद्र कुमार द्वारा
  4. जयवर्धन (निबंध) जैनेंद्र कुमार द्वारा
  5. मुक्तिबोध (उपन्यास) जैनेंद्र कुमार द्वारा
  6. सुखदा (उपन्यास) जैनेंद्र कुमार द्वारा
  7. सुनीता  (उपन्यास) जैनेंद्र कुमार द्वारा
  8. कल्याणी (उपन्यास) जैनेंद्र कुमार द्वारा
  9. परख (उपन्यास) जैनेंद्र कुमार द्वारा
  10. त्यागपत्र (उपन्यास) जैनेंद्र कुमार द्वारा
  11. समय की रेत पर”( उपन्यास ) ज्योतिष जोशी द्वारा लिखित


  • At WHO Colombo, Sri Lanka.
  • Pvt. Collections in Canada and Japan.
  • Pvt. Collections at various Galleries in Delhi.
  • Pvt. Collections of some eminent Film Actors & actresses.


  • On National Service Scheme- May 1999.
  • On Portrait Photography-2000organised by Photography Association, Bihar.
  • ‘Art, Culture & Youth Workshop-2015-2016organised by Depptt. of Art, Culture & Youth, Lalit Kala Academy, Govt. of Bihar, Patna.
  • Participated in the “ INTERNATIONAL ART MARTKHAJURAHO -2017” from 20th to 26th February 2017.
  • “NAMO BUDDHAY CAMP” a 3-day residential camp w.e.f. 28 -30 April 2018 on Buddha Artwork at Hotel Orient Taibah, Nagpur presented by Lalitya Foundation.
  • Maharishi University INTERACTION WITH 25, 2019.
  • Installation work at KumbhPrayag raj, in Kinnard Fest in KinnerAkhada organized by Bholey Group powered by Signage India.
  • The art camp at KangraDhramshala on 04.04.2019 presented by “N . I . F .T”
  • Workshop for all women artists’Stabdhika’ by N . G .M .A on 8th March 2019.
  • Live painting workshop for ‘Art For Nation’ on 4th May 2019 on India get.
  • Scrap workshop organized by Indian Railways, Lucknow, U. P. from 2nd to 5th August 2019.
  • 7TH ART MEET” at ITM Campus, Gwalior held on 5-12 Sept 2019.
  • Jammu Kashmir Manesar art camp curated by Anuradha Rishi 2021
  • Karma Lakelands Art symposium,11th to 15th 2023, Gurgaon.
  • Chitrashala art residency,justa hotels & Resorts ,Jim Corbett Nainital 27 to 31 October 2023
  • ‘Jalam’, Jabalpur Art Literature & Music Festival Art Camp, 27-29 December 2023 by Ityadi Art Foundation.


  • THE DELHI CITY magazine June 2018.
  • GOLDEN BEADS of Contemporary Indian Art 2nd issue by Wisdom society of creative arts.
  • Patna kalam ke baad” BIHAR KI KALA -1 written by Ram Pravesh Pall publisher Ayah Media & Pvt Ltd.
  • Corona kal me chitrakar” Pratishruti Prakashan.
  • Making The Invisible visible” magazine” art and soul “12.12. 2022.


  • Member of Jury for National Madhubani Art Workshop at Siwan, Bihar
  • Organized an art workshop on mothers Day by Step Up School, Chipiyana More.
  • Member of Jury for Inter School Drawing & clay modeling competition at G D Goenka Public School, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad
  • Organized Painting demonstration at Khalsa College of Education and Art Affina… June 2019 at Chamba
  • Member of the jury for Geeta Bal Bharti Sr. sec. school, conducted by Hindu Sikhsa samiti Nyas for Art and cultural activities. 30th July 2019
  • Was granted the opportunity to curate the Jaipur art summit metro addition(Mumbai)2019.
  • Organized Painting demonstration at Kurukshetra University on 23rd November 2021.
  • Member of Jury for “SANGAM 2021” at Sharda University 26th November 2021.
  • Member of Jury for 45th Zonal Youth Festival at Chiranji Lal Sharma GovernmentCollege, Karnal from 18th- 20th October, 2022.
  • Member of Jury “Padmavati Mahila University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, 36th SouthZone inter University Youth Festival
  • Member of Jury ” Ganpat University, Mehsana, Gujarat,36th waste Zone inter University

    Youth Festival

  • Member of Jury for “symphony of senses” at Sharda University 24th March 2023.
  • Member of jury 44th inter zonal Youth Festival 27th to 29th January 2024, DAV PG College Karnal, Kurukshetra University.

Honoured By:

  • Shri Ashok Vajpeyi, a famous Art critic & poet.
  • Shri Ashok Bhowmick, a famous writer
  • Shri Jyotish Joshi, a famous Art critic and witer, former Editor, Samkalin Kala, Lalit Kala Academi, New Delhi.
  • Shri Prem Singh, a famous Artist, Chandigarh.
  • Ms. Geeta Shree, a famous Writer
  • Shri Ravinder Sharma, a famous writer & poet, Chandigarh.
  • Shri Om Nishchal, a famous poet.
  • Ms. Nalini Malaviya, famous art critic, Karnataka.


53, second floor, Jagruti Enclave, 2, Niti Khand I, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh 201014

Permanent Address:

C8, 2208, Prateek Grand City Siddharth Vihar, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, INDIA 201009


Email: priya.prernaart@gmail.com
Mob: 09311510827, 07678515992

Art Journey & Artist Statement

I, Priyanka Sinha, am a visual artist from Delhi-NCR, a B.F.A. topper from Art & Crafts College, Patna, and did M.F.A from Chandigarh.

When I commenced the documentation of this journey, I started with the ‘Aspiration’ series. It was an attempt to bind that moment of my life in one place. First, I saw control, a venture by someone to make others dance like puppets according to their will. From this stemmed my work with puppets and anklet bells (ghunghroo).

The one following this was the Peace of Mind series. It carried me toward spirituality through ‘Buddha’ and the peace and balance that is associated with him. The series continued with humans and their exploration of the same which actually lies within them. The person who is full of power but who has the need to know who he is, it is an effort to interview him to his inner soul, the search for peace for which the person is wandering, this is a small effort from my side to make him familiar to the peace which lies in him.

In my series of ‘Unframed” Installations & paintings, I have tried to present my sentiments in the form of purity.  In life, we want everything as per our desires and wishes. We look for materialistic happiness and want to be in our comfort zones. We want our life, relations, events, and situations to manifest the way we desire. We want everything to happen in a particular manner, in well-defined boundaries and frames. Look at Nature, every creation of God is so abstract…so unframed. There is no pattern, no symmetry, everything looks so haphazard. Extremes of weather and calamities.. upheaval in body, mind, and spirit. Change is thy Nature….change is everywhere ..nothing is permanent.. nothing stands still in this ever-changing world and universe we humans see life from our narrow and human perspectives. Although, we want everything as per our wishes and frame. We want picture-perfect moments for all our frames. We often forget that we are human beings with a soul. Can you bind a soul? Can you put it in a frame with bindings of human thoughts? Can you always mold every relation….every human as per your views?  That folly of thoughts will unsettle and unframe you every day. It will disturb you each moment. We keep trying to mold the world to fit in our frames. We search for our ideal Mother, brother, wife, son, daughter, friend, boss, and colleague.

That’s when we get the unframed version of our ideal person but he/she behaves as per their wishes, desires, and moods. Thus, there is a constant struggle and turmoil. My paintings depict that unframed mind .. Those unframed emotions which don’t fit in our frame of the human mind and constantly remind us to look at nature and to look at the inner self to connect with the soul to find the true meaning of our existence.

In my latest series, Invisible in the Visible, I indulged deeply in the importance of things that many a time seem invisible to the naked eye. There are few ephemeral intimations that exist in our direct and indirect peripheries of seeing. These indirect and inert intimations play a central role in my works. The armature of these imperceptible intimations here obviates the skeleton of manifested confirmations.

The strong armature of my painting depicts the colour of the blood throbbing through My Veins, and working as the oxygen for my artwork. The hope which gives me the support to stand and look forward to a better time is invisible even to me.

 I work with a variety of mediums, such as Painting, sculpture, installation, and printmaking photography.  
Now I am working with constructive balance, and aesthetical and emotional ups and downs. All of it is an interpretation of my mind which relates to my everyday life. I always seem to be more intimate with experiments in my art and engross myself a lot in such artworks.

 I also work with landscapes along with human inner growth in the abstract. I do not always work with preconceived themes or ideas because sometimes playing with colours turns out to be more appealing and more conceptual.

In all the duties of the citizens, as an artist, my duty is that I am able to illustrate the power of their own self through the medium of my canvas and colours. And also that I am able to show them their true colours of spirituality. Who says that seeing art just presents the sentiments of the particular artist, according to me the art of a true artist delineates not only feelings but also portrays the ups and downs of society.