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Haryana’s daughter holds solo Art show “Searching the Source Code” at Triveni Kala Sangam

The solo show “Searching the Source Code” of Artist Renuka Sondhi Gulati hailing from Yamunanagar and currently settled in Gurugram was inaugurated by Padma Shri Sh Biman Das Chairman AIFACS and Smt Uma Jain Director Dhoonimal Gallery at the Shridharani Gallery of Triveni Kala Sangam, Tansen marg, Mandi House, on 16th March 2023 evening.

Introducing the theme Renuka stated that this was her 12th Solo show, and coming a week after the International Womens’ Day, this collection tries to search the Source Code of Nature and how it affects humanity from the feminine perspective. Renuka herself, fought back through tough times in life to discover self and the world of Nature through Art bit by bit. Starting from Elements of Space (2007) to Mystical Resonance (2010) she explored Life as A Journey (2011) and the role of Divine Grace (2013) in helping like the Phoenix Woman to rise from the ashes (2014) and attempt to Soar Beyond Self (2017-18) to reconnect with the Living Ark (2020). Then came the COVID experience where the Artist started delving deeper into the very origin of Human relationship with Nature which one often took for granted with Humans assuming a superior position and asserting that they knew everything.

Prof Biman das said that Renuka’s searching the Source Code is an attempt to connect the dots of her exploration so far through paintings, sculptures, sketches and digital art that sends a strong message that Nature celebrates its very existence in every way through an interconnected world which humans may observe or may miss out on it.

Mrs Uma Jain, Director of Dhoonimal Gallery said that Women, being the genesis and cradle of human form to emerge are often more sensitive to human interaction with Mother Nature and that influence is what Renuka perhaps explores through her Paintings and Sculptures and then celebrates it through her Digital Art.

Art Critic Vinod Bhardwaj ji said her paintings are a satire on political and social systems and depict human answers sometimes through struggles and at other times through silent prayers. Unlike the paintings, the sculptures also brings forth female protagonist and at times women and men are seen as couples. Perhaps sculpture medium helps her to play around the idea of love, family, being together and physical and spiritual union.

A significant percentage of the proceeds go for running the charitable organization AAPSI of her husband Sunil Kumar Gulati IAS, Special Chief Secretary Haryana (Retired). Renuka ji can be contacted on 09810286824 and email re**********@ya***.in and her works can be seen on

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