Arun K Mishraview profile »
The head of Buddha in its meditating form has been beautifully placed on a yellow background. The colour adds to the state of tranquillity and meditation. With deft use of black, white and grey, artist Arun Mishra has brought an embossing effect to the image that stands up from the surface and gives an illusion of depth.
Sujith Kumar G S Mandyaview profile »
Traffic City of Sujith Kumar G S Mandya represents his thoughts of the crowded streets of Mysore. People commuting in a hurryon their vehicles and their daily busy routine are the core of his painting. The canvas is dominated by cycles and auto-rickshaws and forms the central focus of his painting.
Sudip Chatterjeeview profile »
Restricting himself strictly to female figurines, Sudip Chatterjee represents women in her gloomy modes. Hidden in the dark shadows, they represent solitude, lost in continuous deep thoughts. An urge to search herself has been shown by the artist through his paintings. The medium of mix media has given the artworks a complete new visual impact.
Dattatraya Thombareview profile »
Dattatraya Thombare, our Featured Artist of this Fortnight has brought for us an interesting series of paintings that speaks about the unconditional parental love. He specifically emphasises on how parents imbibe good manners, values and habits in their children along with the all-important values of love, justice, honesty and belief in God. He has composed abstract forms as well as realistic images. Red, the burning colour of Love is his favourite and is in harmony with the intense feeling between parent and child. The female form or the mother is specifically depicted in white, symbolising the creator in all its purity and peace. This is how Dattatraya has emerged with his wide repertoire of meaningful and colourful creations.
Somnath Botheview profile »
Somnath Bothe, one of the participating artists in our current Online Group Exhibition Cityscapes has brought a series of paintings depicting scenes of the city taken from a bird’s eye view. His paintings constitute the fusion of the rainy season and historical places. Use of bright vibrant colours reflects his intention of depicting the nostalgic past.
Sarang Waghmareview profile »
Lord Ganesha - Elephant headed god, widely revered as the Lord of Beginnings and the Lord of Obstacles is one of the best-known and most widely worshipped deities in the Hindu pantheon. Sarang Waghmare has displayed his inclination towards Indian culture and mythology through his paintings.
Chandranath Acharyaview profile »
Chandranath Acharya offers a host of surrealist paintings. He expresses the inner world with delicately refined lines and vivid colours. Animal forms are often used as inspired symbols that depict the human sentiments. He portrays his thoughts in creative dimensions. Chandranath provides new direction to his paintings and makes his art more fascinating.
Sudip Dasview profile »
Sudip Das is always experimenting with colours, lines, subjects and unique techniques in his paintings. Here we see how he has picked up a very casual subject like a view from the window and put it on canvas. The technique of tempera has added to the simplicity of the subject and embellished the artwork further.
Vijay Kaleview profile »
Vijay Kale in this painting Shakti - 1 has portrayed the image of Goddess Durga in her form of Mahishasuramardini where she is shown slaying demons, particularly Mahishasura, the buffalo demon. The artist has skilfully undid the reality and brought forth a completely new abstract form. Geometrical shapes filled with colours are juxtaposed together to build an image.
Sanjay Vermaview profile »
The paintings of Sanjay Verma show Colours of life. The subtleties of daily life in urban metropolitan cities, his works highlight the hustle-bustle and chaos with distinct bright colours and a unique treatment of composition. Most of his paintings revolve around the life and struggles of rickshaw-pullers.