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Srushti Rao

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A born adventurer, traveling and reading are Srushti’s two keen interests. They have opened a whole new world of inspiration for her. Her paintings are a reflection of her thoughts and of topics and subjects that touch her heart. Blending and creating the unexpected into consequential pieces of self-expression is the world that she believes in. Srushti has a degree in Fine Arts specializing in Paintings from Indira Kala Sangeet Vishwavidyalaya. She has been a part of many curated exhibitions nationally and internationally. She has held 2 solo shows in Mumbai and one in Delhi so far. She has keen interest in study of history of art, aesthetics and philosophy. Her interests reflects in her pieces of Art that have deep meaning within them that go beyond the initial visual impact. She was awarded the Bharat Nirman Award for her contribution in Art (Emerging Artist) in 2015. “Although the underlying style of ‘line-ism’, as I call it, remains constant all through my work, what is revolving is the representational form. I have worked in figures earlier and now I am moving to abstract to geometrics to objects. So it’s a constant style yet transformational representation across media” – Srushti
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Anup Kumar Mitra

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Anup Mitra is young artist from south Kolkata, West Bengal, India. He completed B.V.A from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata and M.F.A from Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan in West Bengal. Art for him is a way of expressing his emotions, thoughts, conflicts, memories, his languages and the reflection of ideas that are transformed in his mind from his interaction with sociopolitical matrix within which we are entangled. In the paintings, the nostalgic moments of Kolkata…‘the city of joy’, his childhood emotions that were imprinted on memories have inspired him as one of his favorite subjects, the hand pulling rickshaw and the tram, very iconic identity and the oldest vehicles of the city of Kolkata in India that witness to city’s socio-economic evolution. Another interesting subject in his painting is the invincible woman charm, the most beautiful creation, the innate love and strength of the woman who preserve unconditionally, her dream to be a mother, a blissful journey to divinity, an excellent metaphor. Through fantasy and dark imagery around the themes of Bengali folklore he tried to depict visual thoughts/the philosophy on life with simple lines, forms and colors. He used the organic and inorganic forms in his works as metaphor and tried […]
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Mahesh Karambele

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REFLECTION – Capturing the soul of the city The ways and subways of life have led Mahesh Karambele not only to be a passionate artist but have literally constituted the ethos of his musings on canvas. His paintings draw out the best of the perspectives as the colours shine bright against the evening light – the luminosity combined with the transparency of the weather – culls a beautiful cityscape that one can lose oneself into… indefinitely! With buildings flirting with bylanes and pedestrian traffic, painting vivid scenes of ordinary folk and everyday humdrum of city living, the artist unveils his collection aptly and simply christened ‘Reflection’. Mahesh Karambele studied the technicalities of fine art as a sheer passion to fuel his natural bent for capturing his imagery on canvas. Adept at all mediums, he enjoys playing with chiaroscuro as much as he dabbles with everyday subjects, symbolically trying to portray a simple truth – there is joy in every little thing!
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Rahul Inamdar

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Rahul dreams of creating the Greatest Art in the World – the goal that drives his practice. He practices non-objective art with oil on linen as his medium. He strongly believes that it is important to do saadhna – submission to the medium to master it. A Mechanical Engineer and a Management student, Rahul quit his Corporate career in 2013 to pursue his art! Before becoming a full time professional artist, he was a corporate Honcho with Godrej Consumer Products. Rahul has exhibited his work in India and abroad at Nehru Center (Mumbai), Jehangir Art Gallery (Mumbai), Amaya Arts (Bangaluru), and World Art 2017 (Dubai) and has his artwork in private collections across countries. “I play the role of a yojak – the facilitator and remove every strain of conscious thought or effort that would shape the outcome predictably. The work happens – work that can absorb me, distill me, give me goose bumps” — Rahul
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