Deepti Agrawal Mittal, an artist and designer is a specialist of Madhubani Painting, an Indian Classical Visual Art Form. She has been into learning, teaching and exhibiting this art since 1992.
She is an MBA-Finance Gold medalist and a former corporate professional. After being busy for a few years with the industry, her profound passion for art took over and made her take this leap of faith into an altogether different area not so professionally recognized even to this day.
She is the winner of Heritage Arts Apprenticeship Program by CWCT, ArtsWA in the year 2018-19 and is actively involved in practicing and spreading awareness about Madhubani Painting at an International platform by way of art classes, workshops, exhibitions, demonstrations, training camps, road-shows, social-outreach programs, etc.
Her paintings are a simplified manifestation of the philosophical characteristics of the Indian traditions. While being an advocate of the unique painting style, she trains and mentors up-and-coming art instructors as well. Her paintings are deemed healing and are invited for art shows in cancer institutes in NH.
Deepti currently teaches a Madhubani painting workshop.