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Press Release – Eastern Eye news outlet

We are pleased to have the Spirit Soul 5 Elements Virtual Gallery featured in the forementioned Eastern Eye news outlet. To read this article in full click here

Immersive yourself in Spiritual Art

Making spirituality accessible to everyone – that is the underlying message of this unique art gallery, Spiritual art works to uplift an individual’s soul, ignite happiness and provide poignant moments of reflection. To read this article in full click here

Top Italian artist’s Mahabharata series set to come to life via Art-ma’s new virtual gallery

Spiritual art gallery Art-ma will bring the Mahabharata to life next week through a virtual exhibition of vivid, large-scale paintings by Italian artist Giampaolo Tomassetti.
Described as an “amalgamation of east and west”, The Mahabharata Collection can viewed in an interactive virtual gallery. You can read the full article here:

Art-ma partners with International Yoga Festival

Art-ma is honoured to partner with the International Yoga Festival celebrating the liberation of the soul through the essence of Yoga. The festival will be held in Rishikesh between the 1st to 7th March 2020. For further details on registering for this event please visit

Highlights from the Child of Mine Ball (OKA)

The above video covers the highlights from the charity fund raising ball, organised by One Kind Act, filmed and televised by Zee TV. Art-ma was honoured to sponsor this event and support such a worthy cause.

Art-ma sponsors the Child of Mine Ball (OKA)

Art-ma was honoured to be invited  to attend and sponsor the Child of Mine Ball, a fund raising initiative organised by the charity One Kind Act (OKA), and to be personally introduced to the Duchess of York.

Art gallery featuring Hindu deities seeks to unite people

“Art-ma hopes to connect people with spirituality and bring them together using art as the medium,” writes Lauren Codling quoting our co-founder Reena Popat. We’re excited to share the full article here: