Anjali Vhatkar, the founder and CEO of Elaura Art Gallery is a qualified architect from Sir J.J. College of Architecture and a practising art curator in Mumbai. She specialises in Abstract paintings, Mix media sustainable art from scraps and Indian Traditional art forms like Gond Tribal Painting, Pichwai painting and Tanjore painting.
The Art Gallery is inspired by the ancient Indian artists who worked continuously for 700 years to make the majestic Ajanta and Ellora caves. The caves are not just a unique work of artistic marvel and a technological exploit far superior to the age, but with their sanctuaries devoted to Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism, it illustrates the spirit of tolerance that was characteristic of ancient India.
Elaura adds class, quality, style and luxury to your spaces. It is an Indian venture with global outreach. Elaura Art Gallery has 75+ qualified artists and traditional/ folk artisans on our panel to display their talents before the world. The gallery is committed to creating opportunities for underprivileged Indian folk artists to promote and sell their artwork for sustainable living.
We encourage people to include art as a very essential while designing a project. Elaura commissions artworks mainly for architects and interior designers as per their specifications like size, colour palette, materials, theme, site of installation and most importantly budget.
We aim at working on premium hospitality projects, airports, government offices, auditoriums, Art & Cultural centres, rest houses, and government residences. We understand the needs of public spaces and commission artworks for them to bring ambience and identity to the places.
Elaura listens to and educates the viewer who is the most important part of the process.