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Akash Parkande's abstract artworks interplay many earthly tones while experimenting with several seen objects. A few glimmers and outlines of daily objects become his primary language of art. They appear to be abstract but are simple portraits of daily things. His paintings could suit any space, whether an office or our warm home. These simple and energetic shades are bound to resonate with an enthusiastic spirit and calming energy!
Ashwini Patil’s works are characterized by the coming together of different shapes that are fluid. In the abstractions created by her, one finds trees, man, and other forms borrowed from nature. The works are intellectually rich and complex. They inspire the mind to dive deeper within to unravel the mysteries trapped therein. The bright hues impart brilliance and enthusiasm to balance the monotony of mundane life. These works fit well into spaces of communal living amongst other.
Avinash has always been intrigued by light and its many mysteries and sought to unravel the magic of light and give expression to its multi-dimensional play through his works. The sky at dawn and the sky at dusk, both showcase different emotions to the eyes and mind of a sharp observer. In his abstractions one finds clouds, mountains, rivers and other nature elements which manifest nature in urbane spaces.
Balasaheb’s works narrate the story of metamorphosis which one finds as central to all his works. The play of visual forms capture the fleeting moments of man’s life. His works are abstractions and therefore resonate with the viewer’s imagination and has no definitive meaning as such. Viewers find their very own temperament reflected in his works. The non-rigidity of perception offered by these works make them a perfect fit in corporate and home spaces alike.
The highlight of Deepak's works are colours that blend seamlessly with one another in a homogenous texture occasionally with a few vertical hills, creating interesting compositions revolving around peace, calm and meditation. The works manifest a surreal experience for viewers. The shades appear to be in a state of subtle motion imparting a feeling of trance which helps the fast-paced mind of modern man to slow down and focus inward.
Deepti is an abstractionist who draws inspiration from nature. Nature entities splashed with pixie dust and other mythical elements give her works an entirely new dimension. Upon close observation one finds butterflies and dragonfly-like forms soaked in layers of imagination to narrate a very personal dialogue between the artist and her art. These colourful paintings enliven spaces by adding a dimension of nature in a splash of bright hues.
A walk in the woods by Gayatri Deshpande is a splash of hues borrowed from the woods. Through repetitive strokes of earthy tones that blend harmoniously with one another, the artist manifests dynamism while highlighting the aspect of peace and rhythm - the quintessential elements of nature. For the modern age man lodged away from nature by circumstance and choice, these canvasses recreate the ambiance of nature in his world.
Manoj's colourful works are captures of Pareidolic images that develop in his mind. This phenomenon of being able to see faces or forms on any surface, or anything, is not rare and Manoj identifies a deep connection between the images he forms in his mind and his moods, so also between his works and viewers. His works add layers of imagination to spaces that house them, from corporate to homes.
Having lived in the coastal region of Raigarh, Manoj's works are memories of his days spent there before moving to the city. The imprints of life in the embrace of nature form the subjects of his abstractions. Images of the sea in different moods, at different times, as depicted by the artist create a slice of nature in the spaces that house them and also add the dimension of vastness.
Monali is a naturalist as well as an abstractionist who believes that nature offers more than what man can absorb and recreate on canvas. She bridges the gap between nature's magnificence and man's talent, through different techniques that impart a 3D effect to her works. Textural effect, details and bright hues of her works add beauty to interiors whilst drawing focus towards the intricacies of nature.
Pooja is an abstractionist who recreates the moods and energy of nature on canvas using different hues. Her landscapes in abstract language carry many different dimensions of nature as perceived by her. The vibrant hues, smooth lines and neat composition make these paintings ideal for interiors that crave for colour and brightness. These works also invoke feeling of positivity within viewers, by the sheer play of bright hues and hence lift moods.
The vibrancy of hues and minimalism are the two prominent features of Prakash's artworks and his hallmark. He paints nature as perceived by him and transfers his observations onto canvas in an abstract language that takes birth in his imagination. While the brilliant colours make his works apt pieces for interiors, the simplicity manifests an aura of positivity in the spaces that house them and their minimalist nature declutters the mind.
Priya's works center around shapes and forms. As a lover of photography, her forms take birth in the photographs clicked by her and then, they are painted to manifest a new identity. In these compositions, one finds lines and geometric forms in a state of playful motion. These elegant works are contemporary in style and enhance interiors of homes, offices, hotels and any other spaces as elements of interior design.
Boat and the sea are recurring motifs in Sanjay's works that are colourful abstractions, each narrating a different tale of the sea. Born in his fascination of the massiveness of the sea, his works feature the sea in different colours. The bright hues and the blending of shades that one finds in these works, add colour to spaces that are deprived of colour. The sea element, also helps form a connection with nature and its power.
Nature, in her different forms, plays the protagonist in Shrikant's works. His journey from realism to abstract was one of self-discovery and alignment with nature, influenced by the moods of nature, the seasons, the cry of birds and other sounds of nature. These works have a richness about them and add several layers of elegance to the interiors of public spaces as well as private homes. They also serve as a bridge between man and nature.
Sonam Sikarwar's beautiful and live renditions are her responses to the natural crisis. In the hope of awareness, she captures the pain through several creative, realistic, abstract forms. Probing into constantly changing feelings, they are enlightening us with truth and compassion. Considering the vivid palette, she employs, your interiors will breathe a new atmosphere through this range of heartfelt art pieces.
Sushil Gajbhiye (Pallava)
Sushil Gajbhiye's (Pallava) bold abstract paintings contain the capability to evoke the deepest dormant passions. His works are like a creative vent to hidden emotions, which we are in the desire of release. Befitting for grey and beige walls, the frenzied lines and flashing strokes of yellow, red, and blue will undoubtedly pump up and animate the elegant vibe of your room.
With the use of colors and textures, Suvarna Sabale experiments purely with surfaces. Many monochromatic shades emerge to evolve a beautiful artwork. Hence, the process itself generates a positive and emotive response. Depending on the shades of the abstract piece, the painting can create a lyrical decor in your home.
Vivek’s abstractions are bright hued and showcase textural effects and depth. On closer examination one finds several layers giving rise to patch like forms that appear to overlap and manifest a multicultural panorama. The colours are reminiscent of nature and therefore these contemporary works bridge the gap between nature and man surely enliven home space as well as corporate interiors.
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