Represented by

Space Gallery, Denver, CO

Shrishti Art Gallery, Hyderabad, India

Apparao Galleries, Chennai, India

Upcoming Shows

2018 Landscape Show at Space, Denver

Selected Shows

2018 “India Inked” curated by Nirmal Raja and Santosh Sakhinala @ Snap Artists, Edmonton, Canada

2017 “Art and Conflict” Arvada Center

2017 “India Inked!” University of Arizona at Tempe, AZ

April 2017: India Inked! – The Union Gallery, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, WI

2016 Space Gallery, “REMARKABLE” – An Abstract Show, Space Gallery Denver

2016 BMoCA at Macky, Sangeeta Reddy: Fractured Landscapes of the West

2015 Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center, Google Digital Online Exhibition, H1-B “Beyond Bollywood”

2014 Erasing Borders 11th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art, Queens Museum, NYC

2014 LA Artcore, Los Angeles

2013 Shrishti Art Gallery, Hyderabad, India

2013 Erasing Borders 10th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art, NYC

2012  Erasing Borders 9th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art, Art Crossings, Queens, the Bronx school for the Arts,   New York and Art6, Richmond, Virginia.

2011  “IAAC Erasing Borders: 8th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art”, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, New York, Aicon Gallery, NYC, Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook and Jorgenson Center, UCON, Connecticut

2011  The William Havu gallery, Denver, Colorado

2009  15th Street Gallery, Boulder

2009  Retrospective, Rocky Mountain Women’s Institute, Denver

2009  Apparao galleries, Bangalore

2009  6+6=13, Denver

2008  Triveni, New Delhi

2008  Apparao Galleries, Chennai

2008  David Floria Gallery, Aspen

2008  Solo show – monotypes at Apparao Infinity, Chennai

  Triveni, New Delhi

2008  Loveland Museum, Loveland, CO

2007  “The Image of Words” Art Students League, Denver, CO

2006  Summer Art Market Art Students League, Denver, CO

  RMWI Showcase, Emmanuel Gallery, Denver, CO

2003  Solo, Shrishti Art Gallery, Hyderabad India

2002  Walker fine Art, Denver, CO

  Artist Asia, Denver, CO

1996  One person show, The Gallery, Madras, India

1995  One person show, Gallerie Ganesha, New Delhi, India

1994  Sediment and the Human Spirit, Mackey Gallery, Denver, CO

  Paintings and Drawings, Colorado Gallery for the Arts, Littleton

1993  Group Show, Mackey Gallery

  Group Show, Gallerie Ganesha

  Pastel Show, Alpha Gallery, Denver, CO

1992  One Person Show, Shrishti Gallery, New Delhi

  Landscape Show, Alpha Gallery

1991  “The West is One”, One West Contemporary, Fort Collins, CO

  Two Person Show, Alpha Gallery

1990  Contemporary Color, Gensler & Associates, Architects, Denver

  Mantras across Cultures – solo, Lincoln Center, Fort Collins

1989  “Secret Gardens” Alpha Gallery

1988  “Mystic Echoes”, Alpha Gallery

1987  Chicago Art Fair, the Denver Regional Art Expo, Alpha Gallery

  Group Show, Alpha Gallery

  “Summertime” Power Plant Visual Art Center, Fort Collins

1986  Group show, Alpha Gallery

  Figurative show Core, New Art Space, Denver

1985  “A synthesis of Two Cultures”, Philip J. Steele Gallery, RMCAD, Denver


Selected Collections

Denver Art Museum

Amgen Corporation

Mountain Bell, Denver

James Sale

Pacific Securities and Trust Co., Denver

MCI Denver

Kimball International, Jasper, Indiana

Jana Bartlett, Denver

Dr. John Robinson, Chicago

The Warwick Hotel, Denver

Synergen, Austin, Texas

USRS Corporation, Boulder, Colorado

Towers, Perren, Forster and Crosby, Hinsdale, Illinois

Other private and corporate collections, in France, U.S. and India.

Academic Position

Adjunct Faculty – Arapahoe Community College – 1991 – 2000


*B.A. (Honors) in English Literature and Philosophy, Sophia College, Bombay University

(Silver Jubilee Scholarship)

*Diploma in Fine Art, JNTU, Hyderabad, India.  (4 of 5 years) (Merit Scholar)

*Associate Degree in Fine Art, RMCAD, Denver, CO.  (Dean’s List)


*UCROSS, Wyoming

*Associate Rocky Mountain Women’s Institute


KYLE MACMILLAN   Denver Post: 2011

“…she displays meticulous technique and an innate feel for color, texture and mark making…”

JENNIFER HEATH   Rocky Mountain News:

“Reddy’s large handsome abstract paintings, with their collaged, patched canvases and their weathered metallic patinas are like fragmented relics of antiquity, of memory and experience in explosive gestures that dazzle the eye.  Traditional Indian art is figurative, iconographic and narrative. Reddy’s work easily recalls Indian weaving and color, but she makes giant, deliberate strides away from representationalism, retaining the spirit rather than the form of her heritage.”

STEVEN ROSEN   Denver Post:

“Laying pieces of canvas atop her paper collage-style and painting with a sometimes-thick, sometimes smooth style, Sangeeta Reddy makes attractive, non-representational painting.  But then she does something special–she adds Sanskrit text to her work as a design element.  At times, there are hints of Asian architecture in her paintings’ curves and crescents.  Seeing the beautiful “Dark Tablet, with its white space in the middle of a busily colorful composition, is like being handed the Ten Commandments.”

JILL JONES   The Coloradoan:

“Her work gives a sense of spirituality, a suggestion of religious icons.  There is a great sense of inner light.” (Quote from Roslyn Spencer)

LEKHA J. SHANKAR   Hindustan Times (New Delhi, India):

“In the painting, ‘Energy of Darkness’ …energy emanates in the rich colours and the undulating Devanagari Script…Her paintings glint and glow with feeling…retain a certain profundity of expression.”

SHUBRA MAZUMDAR   City Scan (New Delhi, India):

“Her abstract concepts have a strong Indian basis and naturally evoke a sort of loose affinity instead of any feeling of alienation in the viewers’ minds….the paintings have their links in an innate love of colour that always captivates the Indian psyche…Calligraphy…finds a unique place in her works…acquires a universal communication channel through art.”

KESHAV MALIK   The Sunday Times of India:

“She is seen concentrating on a body of work in which colour becomes progressively pure and the compositions precise…By a persistent analysis of line and plane, (she) succeeds in building up an architectonic structure…”