Saturday, June 11, 2016

Sneak Peaks into Kaleidoscope!


Dear All,
It's my pleasure to invite you all to visit Kaleidoscope by Amrit Khurana. The exhibition will showcase my sketches, paintings, ceramics and home accents. It would be lovely to see you all at Alliance Francaise de Delhi Gallery, Lodhi Road, New Delhi from 1st to 5th July.

Saturday, July 4, 2015


Amrit has been doing a lot of portraits recently. Sharing some of those here.

It is Happening- Good things

It has been really long since I have shared all that has been happening in Amrit's life for a long long time now. A lot has happened and with each big and small milestone and achievement, I cannot help but wonder at how many good people come and stand in support of Amrit. But let me first share all the new happenings. We have launched Amrit's website. Yes it has been another achievement, however small but her work is there for everyone to see now. You can visit her at
She has also made her presence felt on facebook. She has had another exhibit at AFA and her work has been much appreciated.
Thanks to the efforts of Debra Hosseini, Amrit's work is being exhibited at The Beijing international Art of Autism exhibit August 21 – 23 and (travelling in China after). This is another achievement for us and we would like to celebrate it with all our well wishers. Here is a glimpse of her latest works.

Thursday, April 10, 2014


A beautiful insight to Autism

Hello friends,
I want to share this beautiful article penned by Debra Hosseini on the Art of Autism. It surely touched my heart and I wish to share the same with you all.

Autism Acceptance Month and The Golden Rule of Autism

April 8, 2014
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by Debra Hosseini
April has been designated as the month to contemplate autism. There is a growing movement among people who are knowledgeable about autism who wants to see the word awareness change to acceptance. in 2011, the Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) proposed we change the designation from Autism Awareness Month to Autism Acceptance Month. The Art of Autism would love to see April designated officially as Autism Acceptance Month.
Acceptance requires heart-felt action. Awareness is passive and can even be harmful. Especially if the messages are negative as we’ve observed in many media campaigns. Our children internalize the messages they receive. How many times have I heard non-verbal Autistic adults relate detailed reports of conversations they overheard as children. Never assume those who aren’t verbal don’t understand!
At the Fred Conference last week, Areva Martin shared a story which touched many in the audience. She observed a family with foster children who had various disabilities sit in the back of her church. The children were sensitive to the noise in the church and made sounds and acted in strange ways. This was uncomfortable for many in the congregation and soon the family became isolated in the back pews.
Areva noticed this and made a conscious choice to sit next to this family in quiet support. She encouraged friends to do the same. Soon this family was fully included and felt a sense of belonging in that church.
When Areva moved her seat to sit next to the family she moved the congregation from awareness to acceptance. Sometimes a small action such as a simple smile or hello can make a huge difference in a person’s day.
With more and more children being diagnosed with autism, it’s no longer good enough to be aware. “Aware” is a word that may even have hostile implications, such as “I’m aware you have autism, and am going to exclude you because of it.” We’ve witnessed this in our own community with my son Kevin. Earlier this year, a “friend” emailed me she was praying for Kevin. Later I discovered she was creating hostility in the community behind our backs. Prayers without right intent and action are meaningless and can even cause harm.
April is a month to celebrate people who may be wired differently than the rest of us. They may talk to themselves, flap their arms (self-stimulation), like to spin, repeat sounds or phrases (echolalia) or not talk at all. When overwhelmed they may have tantrums. They may have dual diagnoses.
They may also have profound insights and gifts to share.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

The Exhibit-2014

The Exhibit at the Open Palm Court Gallery

Amrit with Ms Merry Barua

Amrit with her Playgroup Mentor, Ms.Rashmi Verma

Amrit's support gang; Mrs. Nina Luthra, Mrs Aprajita Ralli and Anandita

Visitors at the Habitat Centre

Basking In Glory

Invite from Views from Planet Autism
Aditi and Adhya with Amrit's work

Amrit's latest works-A Glimpse

Club 60

Split Souls

Some Moments

Team India

You and I

A Little Golf Time


Neo Vision

Chit Chat

Simply Love

Style Icons

Life Kingsize







Tales Untold
Ulta Pulta

Life in Metro