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At Artmaea, we believe that every art form has a story to tell and contributes to the vibrant tapestry of human creativity. Our mission is to procure and promote endangered art forms, ensuring that they continue to thrive and inspire generations to come.

We specialize in sourcing unique and authentic artwork from local artisans and communities around India.  By establishing direct relationships with these talented individuals, we provide a platform for their artistic expression and create sustainable opportunities for them to share their creations with the world.


Our selection spans a diverse range of art forms, including but not limited to traditional painting techniques, intricate handcrafted sculptures, textile arts, pottery, woodwork, and indigenous crafts. Each piece we showcase tells a captivating story and embodies the legacy of the artisans who have dedicated their lives to perfecting their craft.



Join us on this remarkable journey of discovery and celebration as we connect communities, and bridge the gap between tradition and contemporary art.



"Meet Darshana, the driving force behind Artmaea. She seeks to channel her profound passion for art alongside an unwavering dedication to cultivating meaningful experiences in this personal venture to preserve and revive local art forms that are on the verge of extinction.


Guided by a belief in the richness of cultural heritage and a deep understanding of the transformative power of art, Darshana actively seeks out fading artistic traditions, collaborating with local artisans and communities to breathe new life into forgotten techniques and artistry. By incorporating these authentic, time-honored practices into our curated collections, Darshana champions the revival of local art forms, granting them a platform for appreciation and ensuring their preservation for future generations.


Through Artmaea, Darshana invites you to embark on a journey of discovery, where art not only reflects individuality and aspirations but also serves as a catalyst for cultural revival and appreciation."

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