Boisali Biswas is a studio artist working in mixed-media fibers, currently residing in West Bloomfield, Michigan.
She is originally from India, and her formative years were spent at Visva-Bharti International University, founded by the Nobel Laureate, Rabindranath Tagore. The essence of that profound experience of being in tune with nature throughout the educational journey has stayed with her and continues to influence her work.
She has always had a deep-rooted attachment to the traditional art forms of her culture-rich homeland. There is an underlying influence of the captivating traditional patterns and techniques and usage of stunningly rich array of colors in Indian art.
Boisali has also had a lifelong fascination for ethnic and indigenous arts from around the world. Living in the U.S. for over 2 decades and adapting to Western styles, techniques, inspirations in concert with her background and fascinations has made her art into a cauldron of multicultural assemblages that are very unique and a feast for the eyes.
Feb 9 – Mar 17, 2018
Eternal Reflections on Belonging
at Clifton Cultural Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH