Kròma, in its literal sense, means the purity of a color and its freedom from white or grey. Anshu Morarka & Samira Khandelwal bring forth this vibrancy and color through the eclectic mix of Children's paintings imported from South East Asian countries.

 

 

The collection features artists, whose work incorporates abstract comical images, well known cartoon figures such as Winnie the Pooh and Barney, and educational art. These acrylic and oil paintings cater to various budgets. Kròma's first exhibition was held at Aliiance Franciase in May 2008 which successfully sold out all of its children's art.

 

Our exclusive relationship with artists allows us to take orders and customize paintings as per our customers' needs.

 

Having attended the most prestigious universities in the region, these artists have been able to integrate their expertise in varying fields of the own creative ideas and talents. While a number of them forayed into opening galleries in various locations around the nation, others have ventured abroad and displayed their work amongst other well-renowned international artists.

 

 

The details and intricacies that are put forth into each piece are largely attributed to the patience and allegiance of the people, an integral part of the local culture. Catering to extremely global palette, they are also skilled at combining the distinct facets of Eastern and Western art forms.