About Subhashini Chandramani
Subhashini finds magic and meaning in fallen leaves, broken twigs, withering and blossoming flowers, and fresh vegetables.
She picks leaves, twigs, flowers from her garden and arranges them on her working board to create colourful and arresting images. Sometimes she reimagines a sprig of broccoli as a bodhi tree under which Buddha attained enlightenment. Other times, she turns the stem of a banana plant into the New York skyline.
Even though the spark of creativity may come in a flash to Subhashini, arranging every element on her board takes hours of painstaking effort. She is always racing against time to finalise her frame before a flower wilts away or a mild breeze blows her tiny twigs away.
Subhashini began Garden Art in 2014 as a creative outlet. Her personal art project has touched hearts across India and the world, evidenced from her popularity on multiple social media channels and coverage of her art in newspapers, websites and magazines. As the numbers grew, requests poured in for autographed copies of her art work.
Subhashini has an online gallery, and you can read about her artistic pursuits at her Linktree.