Kalawathi is an abstract artist who combines realism and contemporary art into one. She graduated at Sharjah Art Institute in the Middle East, in the year 2003. Evidently in her earlier works, she appears to be influenced by the Middle East and well as the ancient Indian Mughal culture. However, that facet did not last long in her grips as the current involvement gears her towards geometric abstraction and suprematism. As of date, she had participated in several group art exhibitions in the Middle East and three solo exhibitions in Malaysia.
Apart from a full time artist, she is also a holistic theosophist concentrating on esoteric science materials. In that necessity, she holds a bachelors degree in Parapsychic-Metaphysics Science. In relation to her keen interest in theosophy, Kala has also written two books titled " Transcend Beyond Right and Wrong" 2009, and Paranjothi Mahan- The Journey Through Truth 2016 .
Kala was born and raised in Singapore. She currently lives in Germany with her husband Matthias Schuebel and is blessed with two daughters Hema and Lavi.
A gentle reminder. All artworks of various styles were created by kalawathi. Artworks solely under impressionism gallery contents were created by Matthias.
Matthias original background is in the area of culinary art. His inborn artistic flair was initially expressed in this culinary field in Germany where he was born, but mainly in the Asian region where he resided for about 20 years. During this time he expressed his artistic flair mainly through food artistry, which brought him numerous culinary gold medals and prestigious awards, culminated by an Olympic Champion title in pastry culinary art.
Painting as such was triggered about a decade back by his wife Kalawathi. It was her, who opened that portal for him by encouraging and also coaching him throughout. Starting off with more leisurable painting and continuing this trend for some time, he finally found the ultimate channel to express the high creative energy in him. So then, he decided to show something about himself through all his impressionist style paintings. He came up with a range of motives which he felt most for and connected it to a style which seemed most natural to him, which is impressionism being in line with his high creative energy, a pronounced stroke works with vibrant color combinations.
He finally knew this was his way.