Saturday, September 15, 2012

On View at Pradarshak - “Rhythm of Love” - semi-abstract paintings by Rukshana Hooda



17th Sept. – 29th Sept.’12: Pradarshak presents “Rhythm of Love” - semi-abstract paintings by Rukshana Hooda.

Pradarshak presents love and music in a blend that befits the spiritual sentiments of the festive season.

“Rhythm of Love” is an exhibition of semi-abstract paintings by Rukshana Hooda, a very prolific artist from Mumbai, who uninhibitedly paints the world of romance, joys and all things beautiful, urging her audiences to “turn on all your senses and let life make its impact on you...”

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An alumnus of the Sir J.J. School Of Art & Sophia College Mumbai, Rukshana is adept at charcoals, acrylics and creating textures on recycled eco-friendly handmade paper and canvas. In fact, almost all her paintings are in mixed medium, with distinct and at times very subtle touches of a third dimension via a signature textural effect.

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“I feel my Paintings depict new beginnings, a chance to re-live in the beauty & bask in the glory of nature...!” says Rushana, elaborating on the things that influence her and compel her to brush and palette knife to voice her thoughts on canvas. “I am still a child, learning, un-learning & re-learning…where the quest for knowledge will forever remain...” From books that she reads, social and political happenings, global issues to everyday insights, the artist tends to imbibe, analyse and finally turn towards depicting the more positive and optimistic side of things.

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This is the artist’s 10th solo exhibition.  

9 comments:

  1. Very nice . The use of abstract has been been justified.

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  2. Wow ! you have great talent.

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  3. These paintings are just brilliant!... A great expression of your art and artform!... It brings your feelings to a "live" form.. Well done...

    Cheers - Andy

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  4. You have given life to abstract...

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  5. Excellent art work !!!

    I feel lack of words in praise.

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