16th solo show of Brinda Miller titled ‘Vanishing Act’ or ‘Point of Convergence’ is inspired from architecture, her home city of Mumbai and the experience of creating art in her Worli studio. Not just because Brinda is married to an architect that her works of art are influenced by architecture, but she strongly believes that perspective with which people usually travel is to see the architecture of different places.
Brinda and Mumbai share special relationship. For Brinda Mumbai is the place where she was borne, studied and live. It is, in fact, her part life and no one would have seen Mumbai as closely as she did which is beautifully portrayed in her linear perspective drawing. At the same time, Mumbai too is indebted to Brinda because it is she who has been responsible for bringing public art to Mumbai and has created murals for the city that she loves. For instance, The Khyber Street Wall Mural, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai, mural for Prince Aly Khan Hospital, Mumbai, the Maritime Heritage Mural, Naval Dockyard, Mumbai Restoration projects of Traffic Police Chowkys around Mumbai; She has also been instrumental in the display of artwork by other well-known contemporary artists of India at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai. Her own murals are also displayed at the international as well as the domestic lounges of the airport.
Works by Brinda Miller will be on display at Tao Art Gallery, Dr Annie Besant Road, Worli till January 23rd.