Arun Kumar Samadderview profile »
Arun Kumar Samaddar paints the characters with a careful deliberation in order to have a complete traditional feel.These paintings have a calm and serene impression.
Ramchandra Kharatmalview profile »
Ramachandra Kharatmal is a realist of immense ability to represent forms and shapes in all their glories when viewed against a fixed source of light. His colors are rich and abundant. He expresses his ironies with the contrasts and juxtaposition of colours and images. He has unbelievable control over the contours of the human form.
Jayshree P Malimathview profile »
Jayshree P Malimaths art is a continuous process. She began her journey at a very young age and has been a passionate artist from then on. Her canvases are loaded with Indian culture and life of people. Expressive face, curly hair and wide opened eyes are the prominent facet of her painting style. The composition of colors brings in happiness and pleasure to the minds. She is subtle and classical in rendering her creations.
NP Razeshwarrview profile »
Artist NP Razeshwarr uses acrylic on canvas to paint his subjects most of which are characters abounding with passion drawing boundless inner strength. He succeeds in capturing deep emotions with finesse. With all of his incredible art works, it seems as if he has delved deep into the sea of creativity.
Arvind Kolapkarview profile »
Hailing from Pune, Arvind Kolapkar is greatly inspired by music, which plays a pre-dominant part in his works. Colours and melody are seamlessly fused in his paintings which convey a kaleidoscope of emotions. The female form is the central element of his art, is enchanting and even evoking a mysterious enigma.
Dipak Asoleview profile »
Deepak wonderfully builds up his imageries by minimalizing the natural forms to the basic shapes. Acquiring the themes from social, traditional and spiritual subjects, he paints Dev Dasi, Dev Pooja, Tulsi, Mother and Child etc. He is more inclined to Oil colours, however he also paints in Acrylic and other mediums.
Nageshwara Raoview profile »
Nageshwar Rao paintings occupy figures in a much embellished manner. He chooses people from brighter side of the society as his subject. Stylistically he maintains the balance between color and form by incorporating intricate designs and motifs. In terms of space utilization, he draws his inspirations from Indian miniatures and classical European Art. He has carved his niche amongst contemporary Indian artists.
Henba Tensubaview profile »
An artist par excellence, Henba Tensuba hails from Lamlong Bazar, Imphal. His canvases mainly focus on women life, and how they live either outside or at home. The acrylics he uses have an effect of water colour, swaying the viewers to look for more.
Srinivas Tailorview profile »
Srinivas depicts the tribal and rural culture of Andhra Pradesh. Highly inspired by their lifestyle, dresses and beliefs, he has tried to capture their true essence on his canvases. Using bright and vibrant acrylic paints, Srinivas has carved an important niche for himself in the contemporary art world of figurative paintings.