Sunil Loharview profile »
Nature, reality and strange characteristics are very clear in the paintings of Sunil Lohar. The works reflect different themes of relaxation, patience, desire, nature, balance and many more.
Bhaskar Mandoluview profile »
Baskar Mandolu's passion is to work with different mediums such as oil, acrylic, water colors and charcoal using rich colors achieving simple harmony at times.He works on diverse themes, styles and subjects with ease. His paintings reflect his perception of life, individuality and interpretation of world around him.
Amalesh Dasview profile »
Amalesh Das primarily paints and draws with equal dexterity. Drawing for him is a passion. His concerns are more visual and plastic than dealing with them conceptually. Das has a desire to create and express with simplicity of his forms. He draws inspiration from nature.
Subrata Ghoshview profile »
The enlightened heritage of Indian classical art inspires Subrata Ghosh and helps him to build up his own idiom. He looks back towards the grand tradition of our painting and sculpture of classical era.
Sachin Upadhyeview profile »
The paintings are a medium for Sachin Upadhye to express himself. He uses thick bold colors using palette knife. The artist believes that the colors and strokes cannot be recreated once the moment is passed.
Dattatraya Thombareview profile »
In his paintings Dattatraya Thombare composes abstract forms and realistic images such that the resultant images can't be categorized figurative but merely representation of the idea, emotion or form.
Mamata Shingadeview profile »
Mamata dabbles in a very common, everyday subject - the predicament of the Indian woman as she bids to her calling. Characterized by intricate pattern, her women are clad in simple but intricately patterned garments that lend to the overall decorative appeal of the paintings. Because of the added implications in the way faces can signify feelings, the range of emotions depicted is broader, the ambiguities more enticing, and the questions to be asked more probing.
Jiten Hazarikaview profile »
The idyllic life amid strife in the northeastern countryside is the subject around which Assamese artist Jiten Hazarika has built his canvases. The women in the paintings belong to rural India. In them, he finds a reflection of the life in the past and the future.
Anuradha Dateview profile »
Anuradha Date's paintings have immense creativity lying in the forms with radiating colors and textures as the central theme. The natural and man made wonders are mostly the subject of her paintings.
Pradip Senguptaview profile »
The images in Pradip's paintings are triggered by his reactions to the happenings in the society. They appear like pages of a diary narrated with figures, symbols and at times abstract forms.