Monday, March 12, 2012

On view at Pradarshak - “Mindscapes” – abstract landscapes by Kailas Hyalij.



12th Mar – 24th Mar.’12: Pradarshak presents “Mindscapes” – abstract landscapes by Kailas Hyalij.

Artist Kailas Hyalij from Nashik paints nature with the squeegee; its horizontal strokes creating layered contours reminiscent of hillside landscapes.






























Adept at the watercolour and acrylic mediums on paper as well as canvas, the artistic highlight of his paintings is the depiction of the horizon.  Flexible in his choice of hues, Kailas creates hillside and mountain perspectives that swerve from being serene in umber, sienna, sepia and taupe hues to vivacious in azure and cerulean blues, burnt oranges and apple and dark cyan greens.






























“My connect is the beauty that I perceive in nature. I begin a painting with a preoccupation with my palette. Gradually forms emerge and a landscape close to my heart takes shape,” informs Kailas.






























His works are predominantly small in sizes – ranging from 9” x 9” to 12” x 12” on paper and canvas, creating a range of scenic vistas for one to engage with. This is the artist’s 4th solo exhibition.


11 comments:

  1. excellent work, and so simply developed

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  2. These are very good. I believe I know how to do them. I experiment with all media and texture. very cool. Don't stop! Enter mini shows and win.!!!!!

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  3. SUCESSO.
    Posted by Carlos Thaga on linkedin Group: Paintings.

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  4. Really nice work ...i have been experimenting with abstract landscapes...
    Posted by Anthony Stollings on linkedin Group: Landscape Painters.

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  5. This is a mind Scape that I have here. I think you could call yours placescapes.
    Posted by Dan Deming on linkedin Group: Art n Soul Inc.- Creating Opportunities for Artists.

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  6. Hi, Nice work..
    Posted by linges v on linkedin Group: Concept Artist.

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  7. Very beautiful.
    Posted by Frans Commelin on linkedin.

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  8. beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  9. These artworks really caught my attention. You really are an artist! Your Mindscapes are eccentric! Keep it up!
    Posted by Kym Dolcimascolo on LinkedIn Group:The Art Collector Network

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  10. nice work by kailash !!

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