Three artists Satender Singh, Romi Majumdar, and Sunil Chawdikar exhibit their paintings in the Acrylic on Canvas Medium. This exhibition is on till the 26th of February at the Chitramayee State Gallery Of Art.
"His paintings show a process in which he tries to find out meanings from the living and non-living things, which he sees around him, which can be animals, human beings or beautiful vases. He feel everything around has its own significance and he trys to understand it. The present exhibition shows a variety of subjects from Greek vases to the Gods of Hindu culture. Most of the images he has used are known to us, but they show an approach where he have tried to compose them, to give a visual treat to the viewer."
"The whole world around her is open and she expresses her works as an open window to the viewers, where they are invited to communicate with her works. She feels that life has both the positive and negative aspects, which is visible in her black and white paintings. They also show a glance of her experiences of a particular phase. Few other works portray her feelings through vibrant colours, which are in their purest form, expressing her joyful days. Female figures are the dominant part of her paintings as she feel women are deeply attached to the different relationships around them and ready to give in any form."
"Texture plays an important role in his paintings, he always starts his painting with texture and gradually develop a theme. His style of working and temperament are changing all the time. Mostly it depends on the subject he takes up.
For eg. in the painting Red Horse, the horse depicted is an offering to God by some one whose wishes have been fulfilled. This is in actual life a terracotta horse, which takes a spiritual meaning for the devotee in villages. In Time Journey, he tries to show that time available to man is limited but his ambitions remain unlimited."
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