Saturday, December 29, 2012

On View at Pradarshak - “Mind Waves” - semi-abstract paintings by Sachin Ner



2nd Jan. – 12th Jan.’13: Pradarshak presents - “Mind Waves” a series of thought-provoking semi-abstract paintings by Sachin Ner

Pradarshak wishes you a very Happy New Year 2013!

Starting the New Year with a debut solo exhibition of artist Sachin Ner from Nasik, Pradarshak enters into yet another round of introducing artists into the professional realm.

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Trying to express the increasing apathy that is fast becoming an integral part of one’s personality, the young artist depicts non-objectify-able thoughts via a series of abstract patterns that he calls ‘Mind Waves’. Pressures of life have put a stop to the sweet-nothings that one enjoyed for the sake of enjoyment alone. Stress has deafened, muted, blinded and hardened the compassionate side of mankind. Such a vista is often represented through actions and is therefore non-representational in nature.

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Pursuing these thought processes via a schematic of dots and dashes, leaves and floral motifs, some realist, others stylized, Sachin weaves an intense scenario through a highly individualistic textural background, which is then suffused with an enigmatic sequence of white dots. Symbolic of the transience that accompanies a swiftly working mind; various patterns then depict the artistic musings.

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With acrylic on canvas, a vivid colour palette and a series defined by intrigue and interaction, this show is an absolute must-see.

4 comments:

  1. Starting the New Year with a debut solo exhibition of artist Sachin Ner, Gallery Pradarshak has greeted its followers and well wishers with a bouquet of creative excellence. In the first glance, the four paintings as displayed here bear the impression of dedicated divinity with religious fervour. But looking closely to the works, if these four are representative of the conscious stylization of the artist, one can say that there cannot be two opinions in identifying the artist as a meditative practitioner of beauty in nature. The quintessential character of his application of colour on canvas through those miniscule existence of nothingness which we call ‘dots’ reminds us the technique developed by George Seurat and Paul Signac in 1886. So there is no wonder that Ner’s works reflect dream-like or fairy-like projections of his thoughts in the eyes of a viewer. Here is an artist who in his debut show has shown how he can mesmerize spectators with deft application of colours. Subject matter then becomes secondary. And the mundane matters such as stress and strains of life become tertiary. Best wishes for 'Mind Waves' of artist Sachin Ner.

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  2. Wish u all the best for your Show.....

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  3. Thanks for sharing refreshingly very lovely painting conveying very expressively the complex revolution of ideas afflicting the people's thinking ..very good praiseworthy attempt ..these are possibly the consequence of mordenization/globalisation/crunching of distance and time etc. Wish you all the best ...


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