Amita

I have had an adequate exposure to art since childhood which enriched my thought process naturally, as those practices were part of my daily life. I believe that I live through my art and colors. My concepts are inspired by real life experiences, human emotions, social issues and nature. Humanity, life and nature have been my most favorite themes. My experiments with texture have lead … Continue reading Amita

Balwinder Tanwar

For me painting is a medium to express myself which takes me beyond the spiritual experiences. Whenever I come across the canvas, ideas from the subconscious floats and, I try to transform those ideas gently with the help of human and some time non-human forms. Here in these works I had experimented with human forms re-arranging them in my own colors and compositions to provide … Continue reading Balwinder Tanwar

Kishore Shanker

I believe art survives in every single moment of our lives. It flows like breeze, like water, like a thought…uninterrupted. My art works are a reflection and a visualization of my thoughts. Fascinated with light, I try to capture that bright, illuminated spot in my photographs. My experiments in photography are a combination of digital photography along with computer graphics. My paintings, most of the times, … Continue reading Kishore Shanker

Mahmood Ahmad

Mahmood’s canvas mesmerizes one with its flourishing nature and rejoicing colour, bursting with shades of green, yellow, orange, red and sometimes even greys. His pictorial language could be placed, within the matrix of abstract art. Mahmood’s landscapes are neither direct observation of visual reality like the paintings of Impressionist, nor conceptual like those of traditional miniature painters. They combine sensory information and childhood memory, intellect … Continue reading Mahmood Ahmad