Exploring the delicate threads of affinity between creativity and its versatile approach towards the realistic world in diverse emotions, ‘Collectively Independent’, an exhibition curated by Inner Konnect Art (IKA), showcases the constructive styles by different artists through different mediums. One can witness and embrace some amazing artistic pieces at the Visual Art Gallery of the Indian habitat Centre between September 1 and 17. ‘Collectively Independent’ is an exciting look at some of the genius talents. For example, there is a recognisable ‘movement’ in Ruchi Chadha’s works. Ruchi, a well known artist, shows reflections in moving water, depicting what one wishes to reflect in their lives, while Gaurav, with a great sense of colours, creates rich tones on canvas which depict passion and romance. Often characterized by a sense of enigma, his works of art using non-objective forms and figurative alliances, engages the viewer by inviting them to be a part of the canvas. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfGeetika Sangwan’s artwork on the other hand is an amalgamation of contemporary, abstract and semi-realistic forms which she feels is the continuation of her journey of exploring the relation between human and nature. Other artists who shall be participating in the event, to showcase some jaw-dropping art pieces, includes Smita Jain, Ashish Bose, Amit Shrivistav and many more. The youngest of the lot is a 13-year-old, Mishika Chawla, whose choice of colours always had a vivid balance. Influenced mainly by nature, she loves to paint what catches her eye, from breathtaking landscapes to figurative works.The exhibition is an attempt to incorporate different independent artists with different ideas, style of work, perspectives and different viewpoints. The art pieces will be showcased between 11 am to 8 pm.