Non-dual awareness disguised as Ishita Sharma is having a full blown love affair with life, disguised as a yogini disguised as a healer disguised as an artist. She is here to share and revel in the bliss of being, in service of beauty, truth and stillness. Born of multiple continents, media and disciplines, her work explores poetic revelations in the mundane and encounters with the self in its search for wholeness.
Intrigued by reflections of the universal in the particular, and of the particular in the universal, she zooms out, moving ever-closer towards integral coherence, and the place in her where art, design and spirituality intersect.
Ishita worked as an architect for more than a decade, exploring design as a tool to augment human well-being and mitigate isolation, disconnection and overconsumption. As she matured, her gifts and mission outgrew her paradigm and she turned to address human suffering from the inside. She is currently exploring human development and facilitating transformational experiences along the path to self mastery in her holistic consultancy Come to Center.
Ishita still makes art- lots of it! She is a published writer, an award-winning photographer, designer and an exhibiting painter. Her projects include architectural design for the Dallas Fortworth Airport, the Sixth Floor Museum, the Lowell Trial Court amongst others. Ishita has been a columnist for the Dallas Morning News, travelled to Japan as an AIA fellow to study urban architectural hybridization and created artwork for private collectors, and across Europe to study sinking cities negotiating with climate change.
She enjoys connecting the dots, ideas and people- to themselves, each other and the world. She would love to hear from you!
To commission art, discuss architectural, interior design, web or graphic design projects, buy prints or just chat about the universe, feel free to connect: