Saturday, March 23, 2013

On View at Pradarshak - Pen & Ink Semi-abstract Figurative Paintings by Nuril Bhosale



Nuril Bhosale's Pen & Ink paintings series titled 'Thirst'
Thirst 10_Pen & Ink on Paper_36" x 28"

25th March – 6th April’13: “Thirst” Solo Exhibition of Pen & Ink on Paper and Canvas Semi-abstract Paintings by Nuril Bhosale. To view the exhibition online, look right...

“For a thirsty man, from the time that he spends finding water, till the moment when he sips the first drop of water, he experiences Life,” says artist Nuril Bhosale. “Even after this, water may not be all that he thirsts for. Even though he has tasted Life, he thirsts again, for other things,” he concludes explaining his muse behind the series of ‘Thirst’ – pen and ink paintings that speak volumes through minimalist strokes.

Nuril Bhosale's Pen & Ink paintings series titled 'Thirst'
Thirst 2_Pen & Ink on Canvas_15" x 15"

Hailing from Ahmednagar, Nuril has been a dedicated artist and won several awards in the medium of pen and ink. As an academician, Nuril has successfully taught students of fine art from the Foundation course to the Art Master’s program.


Nuril Bhosale's Pen & Ink paintings series titled 'Thirst'
Thirst 8_Pen & Ink on Canvas_34" x 18"

He very interestingly interprets his work thus: A line is a movement; a symbol of Life. In its journey from a dot to a line and then into a shape, it experiences and creates Life in this process. It momentarily gets joy as a shape, but again, it thirsts; thirsts to become a form.

Even if all the water from the ocean is poured into one pot, it is not satisfied; it still thirsts. The pot keeps its wide mouth open, facing the skies, without blinking, still waiting for even two more drops of water. Similarly, a line, even after its thirst is quenched when it becomes a shape, its wants to become a form, it still thirsts….

Nuril Bhosale's Pen & Ink paintings series titled 'Thirst'
Thirst 2_Pen & Ink on Canvas_15" x 15"

The show is as intriguing in its subject as in the works of the artist.

5 comments:

  1. Gaikwad family - PuneMarch 25, 2013 at 10:10 PM

    Fantastic art work. The paintings are superb!!!
    Especially the birds are fine piece of art.

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  2. Art work is just fantastic . Hats off to the Artist Bhosale sir !!! Best wishes for future !!!

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  3. I love this work.
    EVI PHOTOPOULOS
    CONTEMPORARY VISUAL ARTIST,WRITER ,EDITOR&VIDEO PRODUCER

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  4. Kudos to Nuril Bhosale for his nicely executed pen and ink works. Though figurative, the subjects look like they are on a sojourn to eternal search of fulfillment which go beyond the objects he has portrayed.Nuril's works attract attention more because of another fact: his lines are non-hesitant and non-quivering. Best wishes.

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  5. His works evokes And creates a sense of urgency to better use One of the most important elements of mother nature

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