Saruha Kilaru, 24, completed her BA in painting from Amity University in India. She then moved to London to study MA Print at Royal College of Art. Her practice is driven by a high sensitivity to colour and its ever-influencing presence in our environment. She explores this through the meditative processes of repetitive mark making and print making. Her recent works combine the elements of colour and repetition with ideas around touch and perception integrated through play.
Saruha has worked previously with the EFA Blackburn print studio in New York, and exhibited multiple works at the Artbuzz studios in Delhi. Her works were recently exhibited at the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair 2021, Southwark Park Galleries, Espacio gallery and Fine Liquids Art Gallery in 2022 in London.