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Monday, December 14, 2015

Chitra Santhe Mysuru, December 2015

I participated at the Chitra Santhe (Art Fair) 2015 organized in Mysuru. It was a great experience for me. Here are some of the photos of my stall at the art fair and snapshots of the news paper coverage of the event that mentions my work.


My works exhibited at Chitra Santhe held on 13th December, 2015




 Deccan Herald's report on Chitra Santhe 2015 (14th Dec issue) mentions about my work

Local Kannada newpaper- Mysuru Mitra's report on Chitra Santhe 2015 (14th Dec issue) mentions about my work. But they have got my name wrong 

An online News Portal NewsGram​ report on Chitra Santhe 2015 (14th Dec issue) mentions about my work. But they have got my name wrong 

Times of India report on Chitra Santhe 2015 (14th Dec issue) has quoted me.

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Surya

Surya- Pencil Sketch (Digitally modified)

Surya-The lord of Planets

The significance of Surya in Indian thought is not only as one of the lord of Grahas, but as identical with the supreme godhead Vishnu.

He sits on a lotus, carrying in his two hands red lotuses, his complexion is deep red, his chariot has seven horses, yoked by seven ropes.

The seven horses of Sun are the seven Vedic metres- Gayatri, Brhati, Ushnik, Jagati, Trishtup, Anushtubh and Pankti.

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Ganapati riding Simha





Ganapati on Simha
Digital Painting
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This is a digital painting of Ganapati riding a lion. Here his one hand is in the gesture of protection and the other one in the gesture of boon.

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Ardhanarishwara

Ardhanarishwara
8"x10", Acrylic on Canvas
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The painting depicts Ardhanarishwara a specific form of Shiva wherein Uma/Shakti his wife exists as left part of his body. Shiva and Shakti represents Purusha and Prakriti or Ishwara and his Maya shakti. Hence, the form of Ardhanarishwara depicts the eternal unity of Purusha and Prakriti. The Shiva's portion is red in color and is wrapped in tiger skin. The Shakti portion is black and is adorned with ornaments. 

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Saturday, April 4, 2015

Landscapes and Sceneries

Mountains
10"x12", Acrylic on Canvas
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This is a knife painting of mountains.

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 Coracle
Acrylic on Canvas, 12"x10"
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A coracle boat floating in a river.

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Home
Acrylic on Canvas, 12"x10"
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A painting of a house admist the greenery.

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Sea
Acrylic on Canvas, 10"x12"
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Monday, February 2, 2015

Sri Rama


Sri Rama
Acrylic on Canvas, 10"x8"
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Here is a potrait of Lord Rama, one of the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu. Rama is referred as Maryada Purushottama. As a person, Rama personifies the characteristics of an ideal person (purushottama) who is to be emulated. He had within him all the desirable virtues that any individual would seek to aspire, and he fulfils all his moral obligations (maryada).

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Bharati- The Mother India


Bharati- The Mother India
12" x 10", Acrylic on Canvas
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Painting of Mā Bhārati- the personification of India. The image depicts Mother India as coming out of a fire-sacrifice in which the oceans act as the fire-pit. Yajna or fire-sacrifice is the symbolic representation of cosmic manifestation of the universe. 

Ma Bharati is holding in her hands, a Cloth, a Rosary, Grains and a Scripture. Grains and Cloth represent basic human needs of food and clothing. And hence, She is the provider and nourisher of mundane needs of her people. The Rosary and the Scripture represent the Spiritual needs of the people. She spiritually uplifts people by leading them to ultimate goal of Jnana (Realization). Hence, She provides both Bukti (Worldly comforts) and Mukti (Spiritual Liberation) to millions of Children who reside in her (i.e. in India)


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