Deepa Koshaley Exhibit at Collin College: A Journey to Ancient Hymns

Displayed together for the first time, A Journey to Ancient Hymns presents an exposé of two bodies of work by celebrated Dallas artist Deepa Koshaleycurated by Julie Shipp. Her collections Nature’s Essence and Ancient Hymns share themes of meditation, spirituality, and humanity’s relationship with our world. The exhibition A Journey to Ancient Hymns connects these past and present works and offers insight into her distinctive creative process.

With an element of spontaneity, Koshaley paints with both brushes and hands while meditative chants help focus her inspiration. She draws from the visual, auditory, and tactile senses to create abstract imagery.

In her following series, Ancient Hymns, Koshaley expands her meditative introspection of spirituality and beauty. She uses symbolic and iconographic imagery to depict a theoretical interpretation of nature, music, and her spiritual heritage based on traditional Hindu scripture. Each unique composition offers viewers an inspirational companion for their meditation and contemplation.

This exhibit, a voyage exploring Koshaley’s past and present creations, will offer artwork previously inaccessible to the public.

Exhibition Duration: 30th June to 21st July 2022
Art Reception: 30th June 2022 Time: 4 pm – 7 pm
Venue: Collin College’s Plano Campus, 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Room A175, Plano, TX. 
(Intersection of East Spring Creek Pkwy and Jupiter Road)
The gallery’s hours are Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. and Friday-Saturday from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Visit for more information. 

Deepa Koshaley Bio:

She holds a Masters in Landscape Architecture with additional studies in Visual Communication from the University of Texas at Arlington, and a Bachelors in Architecture from Pune University in Maharashtra, India. She is a honorary grant receipt by the Mesquite Art Council. Her work has won a number of awards and has a place in the collections of corporate offices throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Area.  Her paintings have been exhibited at Irving Arts Center, Mary Tomas Gallery, the Mesquite Arts Center, the South Dallas Cultural Center, Gallery 8680, The Other Art Fair, the Irving Art Association, and the Lincoln Experience Center, among others. She earned an artist’s residency at Serendipity Labs in Frisco, Texas, and has won profiles in D Magazine, Dallas Morning News, Dallas Yoga Magazine, Irving Community Television Network, and other platforms. She was recently featured on Dallas Morning News. She’s taken leadership roles with the Texas Visual Arts Association, the Dallas Art Dealers Association, the Irving Arts Association, and the Visual Arts Guild of Frisco. An RYT 500 yoga teacher, she’s also assumed leadership roles with The Art of Living Foundation. She is currently working at One River School Frisco (Art + Design) as a Director.