“If you are strong, focused and passionate about what you want to do, everything falls into place.” Mona Jain was married in her early 20’s and also became a mother soon. But she always knew she was not going to be a housewife only, all her life. She fought against all the odds and ultimately became an artist in herself. As it is rightly said, only dead fish goes with the flow, Mona never let the challenges overcome her aspirations. She started studying Fine Arts even after 20years of her married life, managing all the task of a wife, mother & daughter-in-law.
Mona Jain is an accomplished artist from culturally rich central part of India. While completing her degree in literature she had began her art journey and acquired drawing and paintings skills from art college in Indore , got post graduate course from Rachana Sansad College of Arts Mumbai and honed her painting skills from J J School of Art. She has been participating in solo and group shows in Indore , Bhopal Delhi Baroda Ahmedabad. and other art hubs in India.
With her fine brush strokes she got many assignments for portrait paintings in oil colours as a result many of her works now grace corporate and individual walls. With her spiritual quest and efforts to search her own identity , she has now shifted from realistic to abstract paintings and exploring her surroundings on canvas.Her journey from realistic to abstract is quite amazing and make art lovers and Connosier take her work seriously. Her works are available on her website
Life is a long journey and you never know what it has in store for you on the next turn. My transition from realistic to abstract came as an unprecedented one which I never expected. Now it has become my way of expression which I relish with lots of love and satisfaction. Thanks to Prakash Bal Joshi Sir, who not only made me realise my potential as an abstract painter but also showed how freedom n spontaneity of abstraction can quench my artistic thirst. As an artist I always believed that I have honed skills for realistic art work , my first love. But you need great visionaries to make you see things which you otherwise miss to see. It is great vision and foresight of sir who made me realise that there is much more to explore in art. One can keep on exploring it by making it part of your life . My interaction with PBJ sir made me realise that when your art is connected with life it becomes a real search of your own identity . This portrait of my mentor is a tribute to him. It is a promise of me moving on to abstract painting and touch people’s heart through my work. Abstract background of this painting is not only significance of my transit but it also signifies creative struggles of PBJ Sir , for him art is passion and unending journey. I will always keep up the trust he has bestowed on me .He accepted me as his first student and today I commit to add new heights to all that I have learned from him. He not only inspires me to be a good artist but also to be a good human being.