SHIMLA,24.05.18-Mahsu Art Shimla is the culmination of observations of Mrs Rita Singh Resta, after years of seeing her husband, an art teacher, relentlessly pursuing his students’ dreams and guiding them selflessly towards the ultimate horizons of art, felt that such a platform should not just be limited to those taking direct instructions but made accessible to a wide section of aspiring artists. Mahsu Art Shimla is thus the manifestation of Mrs Resta’s ideology that opportunities of excellence in art should reach far and wide, and benefit all those gifted artists who may not necessarily be privileged enough to receive training at the centre but remain on the periphery. Mahsu Art Shimla is a stage where established artists join hands with the learners of art to groom them into professionals.


It is an organisation with a belief that art has the power to bridge humanity. It is dedicated to provide a connection between the artists and the art lovers. With its varied events, the organisation works to put forward the talent of different artists working in various media and genres of art.

From 20 May 2018, we are organising our 3rd workshop in Shimla. Theworkshop will be continueduntil25 May 2018.Our workshop has 30 artists from various places in India and Nepal.

The participating artists are Tirthankar Biswas from  Delhi, Dr Him Chatterjee from Shimla,Dr Chaman Sharma from Solan, Rajender Kumar from Chandigarh, Dr Bhader Singh from Shimla, Dr Mujeeb Husain from Shimla, Dr Amit Kanwar from Shimla, Saumya Sharma from Shimla, Shipra Rana  from Delhi, Sravanthi from Hyderabad, Neeraj Jangra from Haryana, Prateek Gangta from Shimla, Manisha Bhatia from Shimla, Diksha Chitkara from Haryana,Pinki Saini from Haryana, Namita Chahal from Haryana, Neha Mehta from Shimla, Tsering Youdol from Ladakh, Puran Thapa from Nepal, Neelam Rana from Solan, Shagun Bhatia from Solan , Arwinder Singh from Punjab, Aditya Singh from Shimla, Ambika Sood from Shimla, Sahil Singh Masand from U.P, Prerna Gupta from Punjab, Jashandeep Kaur from Punjab, Anjali Thakur from Shimla, Jamuna Gurung from Nepal and Susmita Rai from Nepal.

These thirty artist working in different styles have come together with a hope to make  a sort of emotional map of various locations reaching out people in far off places.