Krsnakatha Dasi is a Hungarian born painter from London, who use the traditional symbols in a new aspect, combines iconography and art. Her style is symbolism involving meditative or “Art Yoga” method , which is her main subject.
For her painting a way to understand this world, to find the right place and way to be connected, to find the absolute value. Painting is a spiritual practice, meditation, which can help to find the missing contact between man and the Absolute. It is much above pleasure, joy or self-expression.
She’s been committed to Asian art from her teens and therefore moved to India for a few years. She learned the Indian meaning of art: it was a revelation for her to understand the connection between philosophy and art. In India she got a good opportunity to practice her meditative technique. She took part in workshops and exhibitions, mostly in New Delhi. When she came back to Europe she had more exhibitions. She is living in the UK now, working and exhibiting with Bromley Art Society. She writes articles, gives lectures and organizes retreats focusing on art and Art Yoga.
She published a book about Rabintranath Tagore in 2004 and a photo album in 2012 about Ludas-tó (Hungary) with the text of Hansakunda Upanishad.
1993 HICC – New Delhi – India
1993 AIFACS – New Delhi India
1994 Jain Gallery – New Delhi – India
1994 Jangpura Gallery – New Delhi – India
1996 Művelődési ház, Törökbálint , Hungary
1997 Művelődési ház, Ladánybene, Hungary
2001 Kecskemét Liga Könyvtár, Hungary
2002 Lajosmizse Művelődési ház, Hungary
2003 Győr Művelődési ház, Hungary
2006 Nehru Centre, London, UK
2010 Bromley Art Centre, London, UK
2018 Repley Art Centre, London, UK
1995 Workshop and exhibition Delhi Gallery, India
1995 Auction for Tibet and exhibition, New Delhi, India
1999 Lajosmizse Workshop and exhibition, Hungary
2000 Lajosmizse Workshop and exhibition, Hungary
2000 Exhibition in Vienna, Austria
2016 Bromley Library, London, UK
2016 Stanley Hall, London, UK
2017 Horniman Museum, London, UK
2017 Ripley Art Gallery, London, LUK
2018 Horniman Museum, London, UK
2018 Ripley Art Centre, London, UK
2018 Glades Bromley