Artist member since 2018
About Meena Chopra: Artist and Author
Meena Chopra is an internationally known award winning visual artist & poet with an unbridled passion for space, colours, forms and words. She has been practicing her arts for over three decades now. She was born and brought up in the foot hills of Himalayas, India and now she lives in Mississauga, Canada. Meena, qualified as a designer from Delhi and as an ‘Artist Educator’ from RCM Ontario. After having a career as a designer for seven years with leading garment and textile firms of New Delhi, she later switched to fine arts, simultaneously pursuing her career in marketing, advertising and media as an entrepreneur. Primarily a self taught artist, she got informally trained and mentored under the some master Indian Artists of India. Her art has been exhibited widely in many prestigious galleries of many countries which include Canada, India, England, USA etc. Her art is in collection of art collectors, embassies, government bodies and hotels internationally. She is also an author of two published poetry collections and currently working on two more. Her art and poetry has been widely reviewed and critiqued by many leading critics and journalists internationally. Twitter: @meenachopra Facebook: @meena.chopra.artist YouTube: Meena Chopra
Pic credit: Jim Wilkes (Toronto Star)
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