Art & Culture

Experience art at E studio International

E-Studio offers a taste of the ancient and medieval art with a serving of history in the heart of modern Bangalore city.    



History is immortalized through art at the E Studio International. The place was steeped in history from around the world. I was greeted by the owner of the studio Sonu Mulchandani. After a tour of the studio Sonu shared with us how she always wanted her own 'one of its kind' store in Bangalore.

E studio was established in March 2003 by a brother sister duo Sonu and Vinod Mulchandani. This is a home décor store with a difference. They firmly believe that one should collect meaningful art and not just 'anything' to make one's home exude aesthetic splendor. The studio has over 1,000 pieces of collectables, ranging in date from reproductions of medieval age to modern times. These can be classified, like ship models, medieval replicas of Armory, Masai sculptures, Italian silver collections, grand father clocks, exclusive framed art, dream catchers and many more…  

"After completing my course in Fashion designing I realized I was not interested in garment and apparel designing. I chose a path which was unconventional but close to my heart. Periodic Art. I traveled the world to find out what it had to offer.  I started my journey with the Dubai World festival. As I became enriched with the artistic experiences my desire to bring it close to others deepened. With the help of relatives settled in the U.S.A and Spain I launched my own art store in the city." said Sonu. 



E studio has contacts with some of the best artists of the world. They visit museums and art houses around the world and with the countries' government's permission replicate historic art pieces. The Masai collection from Tanzania is replicated by sculptor Stacy Byne in the United Kingdom. The exquisite silver work is done in Italy. Native Americans supply the E-Studio with 'dream catcher'- which is supposed to protect homes of the Native Americans from evil.


 

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Tags: Bangalore, E-Studio International, Antiques, Art, History, Masai Art

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