Apurva Singhview profile »
Through Black Pearl, Apoorva intends to show the women with modern life in metro cities. The outgoing and independent women of todays India, who confidently stands out from the conventional constraints of family, comes out and works hard to create her own relations and identity in this competitive fast growing world.
Prakash Deshmukhview profile »
Deshmukh works primarily with acrylics on canvas; and women are often a preoccupation. Drawing from classical portraiture, a single figure often forms his object of study. Rendered with great attention to detail, Deshmukhs women have simple yet well-defined features. His stylization is not ordinary; large expressive eyes, full lips and sharp noses are often a hallmark of his paintings. His demure, self occupied subjects are often dream-like, inhabiting a world of their own imagining.
Babli Keshriview profile »
Since her childhood Babli Keshri has been deeply inclined to the beauty of nature.Tree, leaves, clay, soil are objects that inspired her to portray her fascination into various inventive forms.We can see that her canvases are mainly painted in Acrylics and have mostly to do with nature and the beauty.
Amol Pawarview profile »
Amols work showcases his experiments with various media and depicts his study of various forms, color schemes, and textures. Many of his paintings reveal his own rhythm of life. The interesting element in his paintings is the use of small icons, numbers, calligraphy, textures,and other elements of nature.
Govindraj Manohar Rajaview profile »
Hailing from Chennai, Govindraj builds up his creations mainly with human heads. Landscapes play a pivotal role as backdrop in his paintings. His works are richly embellished with beautiful bright colors and interesting intricate designs. Themes mainly revolves around religious characters. He mainly prefers to paint in Acrylic medium.
Amit Biswasview profile »
Amit Biswas is a self-taught artist. But his passion for art led him to take a different path altogether and he landed up in becoming a creative personality. He loves to execute and share art of different forms as well as set a dialogue with the rest of the world through discourses.
Samir Sarkarview profile »
When I paint, my subjects are essentially as I see them through the lens of my hearts eyes. All my paintings have people wearing some headgear that has face painted on them. This depicts the double-faced nature of people.My figures have a definite inspiration from Egyptian paintings, thus the figures are drawn in the same form, the cloths that they wear have long lines making them look taller and in a way Egyptian.
Anindita Singhview profile »
Women spontaneously find an important place in my paintings. Sometimes they are simplified human forms or sometimes they are seen carefully with extravagant detail. I often intrude into the innocence of a childs world and enjoy each and every movement that is unperturbed by worldly maturity. My painted characters with their large eyes are presented as curious onlookers of this human drama in which they themselves are active participants.
Nandini Vermaview profile »
This vivid canvas of life kindled my curiosity and drew me into exploration of various art and craft to capture it. Painting the abstract & semi abstract depiction of themes, colors and textures fascinates me the most. I am actively exploring the interplay of nature and influence of human settlement because this is the most critical issue that I am confronted with all around me.
Abhisek Deyview profile »
My dreams are the sources from which I borrow the subjects for my paintings. They are an interesting collage of thoughts and ideas filtered through my life experiences.I use graphic elements and contrasting objects to make the paintings more dynamic. My compositions are two dimensional, incorporating graphic elements and decorative motifs. My works are highly personal, they carry my emotions, dreams and sensible moments.