Fingers with divine connection

Art. modern art, abstract art, divine connection, Mona Sikka, Sunder Vihar, pain, finger paintings, home studio, Le Meridian, Sheraton, the American Embassy

“I paint using my fingers. That connects me with the divine and I just express my experience and my thoughts onto the canvas, impromptu”, expresses Mona Sikka, an artist who turned her passion into profession.

Mona Sikka is a Gurgaon based artist who specializes in abstract art. She started painting around two years ago as a hobby and it soon turning into a serious profession!

Mona Sikka with her art collection

Seriously, your passion has the power to take you to places. Mona in a short span for two years has three exhibitions to her credit that were showcased in Meridian, Sheraton and in the American Embassy.




She did her first solo exhibition on November 20th hosted by Mr. Vikram Sethi at Mr. Atul Khanna’s residence in Sunder Nagar.


“The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mode but the true beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. It is the caring that she lovingly gives the passion that she shows. The beauty of a woman grows with the passing years.” – Audry Hepbrn

Mona does all her art musings at her home studio in Gurgaon.


All you art lovers can visit MONAABSTRACTCART , curation of Mona’s all original creations and treat your souls.

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Himanshi Lydia Singh

Himanshi Lydia Singh

Believer, mother, creative thinker, blogger and a compulsive entrepreneur, i love, live & write with passion.

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