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November 1, 2010 to November 13, 2010

Dr Sudhir Deshpahde believes that every artwork, be it a painting, or a sculpture, is a physical reconstruction of an idea or thought. His works are purely a self-expression of bohemian ideas, with their austere execution and being an honest interpretation of his world. His works are an analytical abstract interpretation, portraying psychology and temperament.

I believe, that every artwork, be it a painting, or a sculpture, is a physical reconstruction of my idea or thought. To me an artwork is a consequential outcome of the analysis of the respective subject.

Working in, acrylic or oil on canvas (sometimes oil with acrylic) helps to channelise and transform my spontaneous idea with its original form, to an artwork. I understand that my works are an analytical abstract interpretation, portraying psychology and temperament. 

The mind is like the Universe, having no limits, so is the canvas.

The thought process is the cause of evolution to my working methodology. I understand that every emotion is free from any Geometrical barrier. Thus, the execution, of the ORIGINAL FORM of the subject has always been my interest and intention.

My interpretations hold a palette of not more than three to four shades in order to be, in context with the subject and its strong symbolism. In my working style, one can observe the correlation of dots and lines, being the major elements on my canvas. I believe, that improvisation, leads us to minimalism, where ‘less becomes more.’ Thus one can find a ‘minimalist’ approach in expression of the subject in my works.

My works are purely a self-expression of bohemian ideas, with their austere execution and being an honest interpretation of my world.

Painting gives me the most satisfying pleasure. When all the forces come together: the brush strokes, the right colors, the mood I created through starting the painting, my style which comes through, and I try not to loose that stream of consciousness when I paint. It is trance-like and it is the only way I know how to meditate. My art is an acknowledgement of life, a confession of my feelings, and a celebration of the painting process. 

Dr. Sudhir Deshpande, Ph.D.

Dr. SUDHIR DESHPANDE. Ph.D.                                                        

Ph.D. in ‘Educational Communication’.
Title of the thesis: ‘The significance of sculptures in public places as a medium of communications.’ Yashwantrao Chavan Open University, Nashik, India.

Sculptures and Murals / paintings based on Philosophy and Vedic philosophy along with abstracts. Sculptures creation is more than three dimensions i.e. mobile, revolving, musical, water and light oriented etc. In public works commissions I work with architects and local authorities, considering the requirements and budget of the commissioner.

Recognition (for the achievement of creating the ‘Powerful’, a 55’ tall and 27 tonnes in scrap metal) by Limca Book of Records since 1992.

Recognition by Guinness Book of Records, since 1992 till 2004. (On page no.181 in the section of ‘sculpture’ edition 1992. And details with photograph on page no. 157 in 1994 English edition. And onwards till 1999)


One Man Show – Sculptures
: Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, India. – 1986.

: Alliance Francis, Banglore, India. – 1986.

: Sarala’s Art Center, Chennai, India. – 1986.

: Balgandharva Art Gallery, Pune, India. – 1987.

: Hotel Green View, Nashik, India. – 1987.
                                          
:Private exhibition sponsored by Divisional Revenue Commissioner of Nashik at his Nashik residence, Nashik, India. – 1989.

: Private exhibition sponsored by Marathi Newspaper ‘Sakal’ at their North Maharashtra edition inaugural function at Nashik, India. – 1989.

: Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai, India, – 1989.

: Indian Cultural Center, Berlin, Germany – 1996

: ev. Gemeindezentrum Hellersdorf, Berlin, Germany – 1996

: Alankritha Art Gallery, Hyderabad, India. Nov’2003.

: Citibank International, Nashik branch, INDIA. June’2005.

   

One Man Show – Paintings

: Indian Cultural Center, Berlin, Germany – 1996

: Dresdner Bank, Theo dor hause Platz branch, Berlin, Germany – 1996.

: ev. Gemeindezentrum Hellersdorf, Berlin, Germany – 1996

: Corn Exchange Newbury, England, Oct’ 2002.

: New Greenham Arts, Newbury, England, Oct 2002.

: Alankritha Art Gallery, Hyderabad, India. Nov’2003.

: ‘Hansafar’ Cultural organization, Nashik, India. July 2004.

: ‘Chitrakala Mahavidyalay’, (Govt. Fine Arts College),Nashik. India. -Jan 2005.

: Citibank International, Nashik branch, INDIA. June’2005.

: ‘Art Konsult’ art gallery, New Delhi, India. Oct-Nov 2005.
                                      
: ‘IndigoBlueArt Gallery, Singapore, Singapore, Jan–Feb’06.
 
: ‘ABN.Amro Bank, Juhu Branch, Mumbai, India. Jun – July 2006.

: ABN.Amro Bank, Nariman Point Branch, Mumbai, India. Jun – July 2006.


Live Performance of Creations:

: ev. Gemeindezentrum, Hellersdorf, Berlin, Germany, 1996.

: Chandigarh museum of arts, Chandigarh, India. 2007

: ‘Earth Day’, 28th April 2009 India Art Gallery, Pune, India

: ‘Earth & Enviornment’, India Art Gallery, empress Garden, Pune. India. May 2010

Group Exhibitions        : State art exhibition, Nashik, India. – 1987

: ‘EMIL2’, (International Enamel Art Exhibition) at Coburg, Germany – 1987.

: Rodin Grand Prize, Exhibition of non-abstract Maquettes. Only
 Indian artist selected. Hakone Open Air Museum, Tokyo, Japan. 1992.

: ‘SCALA’ International Exhibition of Arts, Larnaka, Cyprus. – 1998.

: ‘Lokmat’ Exhibition at Nashik, India, April 1999.

: 1st International Bra Art Exhibition, San Antonio, TX; USA. March - April’ 2000.

: Exhibition  ' Restart ', Gallery 111, Johannesburg, South Africa.  - April      1 - 30, 2000.

: ' Lokmat ' Exhibition at Nashik, Mahatma Fule Art Gallery,Nashik, India. April' 2000.

: ‘Parallel Expression’, with my son Ar. Sudeep, Judah Hyam Syanagoae, New Delhi, India. August 2006.
              
: ‘Sentiments’, a drawing exhibition of abstracts, Ravindra Bhavan, New Delhi, India Nov – Dec. 2006

: India art Gallery, Empress Garden, Pune India – May 2010.


Awards 

: Meritorious Award by, Deshastha Rugvedi Sanstha’, Mumbai, India for outstanding works of Art.

: Meritorious Award of Appreciation by ‘Daily Deshdoot”, Local     Marathi Newspaper, Nashik, India

: Meritorious Award by Nashik Police Commissioner, Maharashtra Police Department. , Nashik’ India

: Decoration by K.K.Moose Foundation, Chalisgaon, India for outstanding work in sculptures.

: Pethe High School, Nashik, India.

: Jaycees Club, Nashik, India.

: Vocational Award of 1991 by Rotary Club of Nashik, India Rotary International.

: All India Deshastha Rugvedi Sanstha, Bombay, India.

: Cultural Department of Akhil Bharatiya Purnawad Mandal, Bombay, India.

: MICO Forum, MICO, Nashik, India.

: Prajapita Bramha Kumari, Nashik Branch, Nashik, India.

: Merit of Exellence Award, Art Challenge, Canada. 

                      
Private collections in Germany, France, England, Scotland, U.S.A and Japan.
                                 

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