Born and brought up in Mumbai, Krupa has been artistically inclined since she was a little girl. She remembers being drawn towards canvas and discovering her own individual style as a teenager. Her ideas translated into paintings instantly. It was then that she discovered her inborn passion for Art and ever since she hasn’t looked back.
From a devoted mother to a dedicated artist, Krupa essays many roles in her life, and she fulfills them dutifully. She has been mentored by senior artists and veterans in the field and she feels fortunate to have their support and guidance alongside her loved ones who have fostered her craft. She has been an active member of FICCI, All Ladies League and Women Economic Forum and has also headed important panels.
She believes that every woman and girl have a right to follow their true calling and her calling was in the field of Art. With abstract paintings Krupa portrays her feelings to her audience and lets them interpret them in the way they feel.
From Maharashtra CM’s clarion call for helping the drought affected farmers in Maharashtra, to fighting for the justice for Asifa – Krupa has raised funds to ensure that her rewards on Art are utilized for a good social cause. She believes, “Art is an understanding which comes from the real world and the experiences lived.”
She has participated in important group exhibitions and conferences in India and abroad, some of which include, The United Nations Day of Vesak, Vietnam; De Art Event and DIFC Dubai, UAE and in metropolitan Indian cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Pune, and New Delhi.
For her philanthropic work and contribution to art, Krupa has received both rewards and awards. Some of the prominent ones include Best Artist Award by Global Business Information; Iconic leader contributing to better world by Woman Economic Forum; Make in India Award organized by Bharat Nirman Foundation.