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Badami caves found in Karnataka is a testimony to the brilliant works of artisans from the Chalukya period which reigned from 543 AD to 753 AD. The temples here are the typical rock cut architecture that is synonymous with this period. Its mystery, charming as it is, inspires all audiences alike and sure enough it inspired Mr. Manjunath Wali to create a series of works to celebrate... read more
One of the reasons Bangalore has attracted people from across the country and internationally to put their roots down here, is mostly because of two things, one is because it is the hub for digital revolution since the millennium and the other its history as the Garden City. It is a place where we get to see the change in seasons in the way everyday life is... read more
"Nature always wears the colour of the spirit", Ralph Waldo Emerson. Artist Shirley Mathews captures these colours wonderfully in her latest series, “An Ode to Nature” Ode to Nature The painting reminds one of a tropical landscape, lush with greenery everywhere. The painting reminds the viewer of thick foliage with specks of orange bark. As the name of the painting suggests, it is lyrical and rich in... read more
Echoes and Silence is a series of works by Artist Lovina, who has explored abstraction of her works which is inspired by her spiritual outlook to life. Sun Kissed Blue The art work seems to be inspired by the movement and colours of an oriental art work. The bright yellow and orange juxtaposed with different shades of blue in the art work brings about a divergent landscape.... read more
Akhilesh has a deep understanding of the visual language. His expression is complex whilst keeping his medium very simplistic. His work is relatable. His bold lines and patterns are reminiscent of cave paintings. There is a definitive influence of primal human expression. It’s raw, communicative and enthralling for a viewer. Desparate Green In this painting, the elements are juxtaposed beautifully with one another. The artist is clever... read more
Pragya Jain’s has a common theme to it made obvious by her lavish use of a digitised style consisting of replicating pixels used in digital media. Her work is largely abstract with colour tones that are well balanced to the eye. The pieces are largely embedded with a modern style. Her use of a familiar palette and colour schemes gives the viewer a sense of relation and... read more
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