Neha Vedpathak
BhabaUntitledDefiantThunder and Lightning Sky : Illusion of fullnessSky : Illusion of fullness Sky : Illusion of fullness NostalgiaNostalgiaNostalgiaDesert Bloom -1 Desert Bloom - 2Desert Bloom - 3Desert Bloom - 4Desert Bloom - 5 Desert Bloom - 6FlashFlareRAINAURAWEIGHT OF DREAMSChaudTHE SPACE BETWEENTHE SPACE BETWEENTHE SPACE BETWEENSpace Within -1Space Within - 2DetailMarnay-sur-Seine- ProjectionBondedTrimurtiReaching Deja vu! Breathing spacesBreathing SpacesBreathing SpacesBreathing SpacesBreathing Spaces- IIBreathing Spaces-IIBreathing Space-II (outdoor)Lying LowSelf-ishUntitledDual
Plucked Paper
I am drawn to paper, it is familiar, flexible and a giving natural material. I have been using Japanese hand-made paper in small parts in my paintings over the years. But since 2009 ''paper'' has become the main focus of my investigation. After playing with this paper for a while, I developed a technique I call 'plucking''. ''Plucking'' is the main technique used in all my paper sculptures and installations. Here, I separate the fibers of the Japanese hand-made paper using a tiny pushpin. The resultant paper resembles a lace fabric, which I then use to make individual works. ''Plucked'' paper is delicate, yet strong. I have used acrylic polymer to strengthen the larger pieces