AnYahh..! An emerging artist’s paradise in Delhi is the pioneer in dealing with evocative depiction of contemporary and modern art produced by budding artist in India. For several years and till now, they aim in producing vivid art forms with rich contrast and elements combined fabricated with whole hearted dedication towards exploring and showcasing aesthetically forms of art at affordable standards. Since its inception, it continues to strive for the latest and exclusive pieces of trendsetting art work giving new dimension in India art scenario.
In this most unpredictable world of art, masters like Souza, Hussain, Jamini Roy and many more have left a milestone for the upcoming artists of the contemporary world. Anyahh the brain child of Aasheesh Sethi has came up with an distinguished way to promote the budding artists by using their art works not only as exhibits but also as something useful like coasters, card holders, stoles and many more such things.
This particular art is stacked with various art genres in the form of original paintings like Traditional, Contemporary, Folk Art, Madhubani, Organic abstracts, Geometric abstract and City art. It’s not just the canvas that are depicting an artist’s mind; even popular art collectibles are also available here like cushion covers, art trays, pouches, table mats, coffee mug, mouse pad and many more. AnYahh proves to be bliss for art lovers as they desire to offer a guideline for those who wish to possess these exclusive art collectibles and gallery paintings.
“Many of those artists need a platform for showcasing their outstanding and exceptional art work to all art lovers & Anyahh Art has firm believability in such budding artists and hence provides them the best we can” – says Aasheesh Sethi; owner of Anyahh..!
AnYahh showcase the paintings of budding artists like Anupan Mishra, Durga Charan Das, Sudip Routh, R.K. Pattanaik, K. Balamurli, Jishu Nag and many more who present their unique style of art giving the spectators multiple alternatives suiting their style to choose. They have categorically classified the art works into Devotional segment portraying idols like Buddha, Ganesha, Shiva and spiritual ghats of India and others are themes like Abstract, Animals, Cityscapes, Figurative, Folk art.