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 … Continue reading Amita

Ravindra Kumar Tanwar

For me Photography not only just able to preserve any moment but also shares or feel that very moment from my point of view with others. My pics for me are mere than just an image, as I enjoy taking photos of People, Animals, Traveling, and Objects in their surroundings. My works are however the … Continue reading Ravindra Kumar Tanwar

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 … Continue reading Balwinder Tanwar

Harminder Singh Boparai

With acute intensity and warm sensitivity, Harminder Singh Boparai attunes his imagination into form, picked up and turned-over to be fully realized as they transform with every turn and during the process the material merges the emotive and the external with the personal. A make over of trash by him turns into an admirable piece … Continue reading Harminder Singh Boparai

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 … Continue reading Mahmood Ahmad

Nirmal Thakur

I have been quietly working in my way up, since the last eighteen years. Whenever I feel good or bad about the surroundings, I try to portray my feeling on canvas, paper, jute or any suitable surface. I have always loved lotus for their immense beauty and growth despite their origin. They leave a very … Continue reading Nirmal Thakur

N P Pandey

Being originally trained in Graphics, my paintings confine to linear beauty, power of line and texture. Mostly I work with pen & ink and charcoal or otherwise use the acrylic colour for my canvases. I am very much inspired by the traditional Indian mural paintings of Ajanta. My other inspirations are- Amrita Shergil the great … Continue reading N P Pandey

Lohit Sharma

I did my BFA in Sculptures from College of Arts, Delhi and enjoyed the period of learning there. I started up my sculptures with metal and fiber. Later, I experimented more with metal and recreated some innovative form of scooter for instance as a Swan. Later my creativity took another dimension and I started working … Continue reading Lohit Sharma

Vipin Kumar Yadav

Vipin's work deals with an interaction between two distinct objects which he establishes with a minimalistic approach. Most of these objects used by him are parts of machines or mechanical form, which he interestingly captures through his creative process. He also incorporates movements and motions metaphorically relating them to human emotions. He uses various layers … Continue reading Vipin Kumar Yadav

MinD-2013 Modernist in Demand

MinD- Modernist in Demand at Open Palm Court, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi 13 August – 17 August, 2013 Opening on 13th August 2013 at 6 : 30 PM Curated by Kishore Shankar Chawla ARTINFOINDIA.COM is delighted to present a group exhibition titled “Mind – Modernist in Demand”. The exhibition will have eleven artists showcasing their … Continue reading MinD-2013 Modernist in Demand