Tuesday, August 19, 2014

On View at Pradarshak: Compositions by Student Artists


 Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase IV - Compositions by Student Artists.
Behind the Veil_Acrylic on Canvas by Vaibhav Naik

19th – 30th Aug.’14: Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase IV - Compositions by Student Artists. 

Learning to play with colour in some organized fashion – where the space of the bare canvas begins to interact with the artist’s musings, urging him to explore – forms the core of creating a composition.

Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase IV - Compositions by Student Artists.
Untitled Acrylic on Paper by Zain Sheikh

Selection of colour, division/treatment of the space, application or technique then constitute the life that the artist breathes into his canvas, making his composition come alive. 

Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase IV - Compositions by Student Artists.
            My Realm(Dyptech) Colograph & Acrylic on Paper by Mihir Wairkar

Often mistakenly called abstract painting, compositions by student artists should be considered merely that – compositions. They mark the artist’s journey of exploration with colour, space, form and his personal expression and gradually, as the artist matures, his compositions may take on a new meaning... a new form of art.

Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase IV - Compositions by Student Artists.
3 Musicians by Foram Sachde

The works are therefore best enjoyed for the sheer expression of the artist’s calibre in conveying his abstract and diverse musings in tangible form - aesthetically replenished and technically sound.

Pradarshak presents Vidyarthi Vishesh Phase IV - Compositions by Student Artists.
Untitled Acrylic on Paper by Alankar Shinde


Student artists showcasing their graphic prints are:  Medha Abhay Thale, Deepak Soma Kocharekar, Zain Shaikh, Dinesh Muralidhar Chaudhari, Mihir Wairkar, Alankar Shinde, Suraj Krishna Naqwanshi, Sayali Satyavijay Mundye, Foram Sachde and Vaibhav Naik.

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