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Hargun Mahal Mann is an artist born in India, currently residing in California with her husband and two kids. She enjoys waterbased mediums like watercolors, ink and acrylics. The unpredictability of watercolors and ink makes her work spontaneous and fun. Her artistic expression stems from her experiences of living in various places in Africa and India. Issues like migration, femininity, body, and social interactions form the core of her explorations through art. In Africa, she learned pottery on the wheel and hand-built traditional African pots. Later, in the US, she focussed on finding her expressions in the abstraction of form and figures. She has BFA and MFA degrees in graphic design from Chandigarh College Of Fine Art, Panjab University in India.

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2007 - Master of Fine Arts, Applied Art, Chandigarh College of Arts, Panjab University, Chandigarh 

2005 - Bachelor of Fine Arts, Applied art, Chandigarh College of Art,  Panjab University, Chandigarh 



2023 - Exhibiting Artist - South Asian Literature and Art Festival (SALA), Menlo Park, CA

2023 - Group exhibition in  Art 2D Salon 2023, Triton Museum of, Santa Clara, CA

2023 - Alumni invite, Cubberly Open Studio, Palo Alto, CA

2023-  Sfumato Art Gallery, Virtual Exhibition

2022 - Cubberly Open studio, Palo Alto, CA 

2022 - Group Show “More The Merrier“, Art Arc Gallery, Santa Clara, CA 

2022 - Art Mela, Gallery 105, Chandigarh, India 

2017-  Group show “Lights” Ceramics , Johannesburg, South Africa 

2007 - Annual Art Show, Government College of Arts, Chandigarh, India 

2005 - Annual Art Show, Government College of Arts, Chandigarh,  India

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