My name is Kety Bagwalla and I am a lover of art in any form.  I paint from the heart.  My passion for painting on silk, which I have practiced for over a couple of decades, often carries over to other mediums of art, and I never miss an opportunity to experiment with these mediums, as can be seen from the offerings on my website. 

Pick exquisite hand painted art from my exclusive collection for any occasion, whether it is for a birthday, graduation, Mother’s Day, house warming.  Just stop by, browse and take your pick.  As simple as that. 

I studied this beautiful art of painting on silk at the Dubai International College of Arts in the Middle East.  Though I am passionate about art in any form and always eager to learn and experiment with different kinds of medium, the art that really captured me is painting on silk.  If you are here, I welcome you and would urge you to make your visit to my website an extensive one, to take in the hues, colors and creations that you will see on all the pages.  As all art is, this is one-of-a-kind, never to be replicated.

If you own one of my art pieces, be it a hand painted scarf, a wearable, a framed painting for the wall or a home decor piece, you will be the sole owner, never to see this creation on any other person or in any other home.  Needless to say, my art has found homes all over and it is a joy to see my unique hand painted art being worn and commented upon.

Some of these were on site where workshops were being held, visiting places like New Mexico, Port Angeles, Indonesia and India: 

  • Abiquiu Ghost Ranch in New Mexico, Santa Fe – New Mexico (during the S.P.I.N. – Silk Painters International Festival, which takes place every 2 years)
  • Silk painting workshop with Donna Cameron.
  • Southampton School of Art
  • Port Angeles at Karen Sistek studio
  •  Traditional batik in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, at Brahma Tirta Sari and Batik Winotosastro.
  • Moghul miniature style painting in Udaipur, Rajasthan
  • African Batik with Ugandan Master Batik artist, David Kibuuka, Toronto
  • Rozome, Japanese version of the wax-resist process known elsewhere as batik, with Kiranada Sterling Benjamin, Toronto 

Other workshops I took were online with Natasha Foucault for painting Wearables, Rosi Robinson for Batik, Anna Hedstrom for Arashi and Itajame Shibori and Textile and Mixed Media with Claire Ben.

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

Poetry surrounds us everywhere, but putting it on paper is, alas, not as easy as looking at it”. 

– Vincent Van Gogh