Indian American artist paints drool worthy Indian food

Apart from the exhibition, SAWCC will organise a panel discussion on June 11, that will discuss the food journeys of the Indian diaspora

Indian American artist paints drool worthy Indian food
Sarasvathy TK with her hyperrealistic painting of Jalebi (an Indian dessert). Source — Foley Gallery

New-Jersey based artist, Sarasvathy TK will hold her first solo exhibition of paintings in collaboration with the South Asian Womxn’s Creative Collective (SAWCC) at Foley Gallery in Manhattan from June 9 to 12, 2022.

The exhibition called ‘Bhojan’,which means “meal’ in Hindi, is a collection of twelve paintings of Indian food depicted in a hyperreal style. The paintings successfully capture the colors, textures, and intricate details of Indian meals such as chole bature, mango lassi, jalebis and many more.