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For nature, from the canvas

 Farida Khan |  2013-08-03 22:35:33.0  |  New Delhi

For nature, from the canvas

Priyadashi Gautam is a self- taught artist painting impressionistically, mainly in oils, inspired by mother nature. He completed his studies from Delhi university and decided to dedicate his life to art. His aims is promote humanity's connection to its environment so that people stop neglecting nature.

He has shown his work in solo art exhibition, group shows and participated in National Art exhibition organised by All India Fine Art and Craft (AIFCAS), Lalit Kala Academy and Camlin (New Delhi).

In 2010 Priyadashi was awarded the JEDIKA fine art Award for Excellence in Landscape Painting at RedBubble.com. His paintings were selected for 2012 calendar published by artwanted.com, a prominent art site in 2007,foundation for Art, culture and education (Face India )published a full artist profile of Priyadarshi Gautam. It was inaugurated by social activist Nafisa Ali at All India Fine Art and Crafts Society. Priyadarshi works have been also an auction for environmental charity via
Christie’s the most prestigious international of fine art in 2010.

His works are part of many private collections aboard and in India and presently an exhibition were 32 paintings were displayed as a part of the exhibition titled Farewell To Civilization held in the India Habitat Centre.

Gautam’s art work is basically contributed towards  maturity artistically as well as technically. His composition, luminous landscape of carefully layered color schemes, give us sublime spectacle and wide breadth. Apart from all that he is also a poet, his first compilation being Teen Samvednayein was published in 2010. His message to the world - Be close to nature and do not harm the nature by any means.

The exhibition shows the beauty of mother nature and gives a message to love and conserve our natural environment. Through his paintings artist wants to bring environmental awareness among urban population whose love for material goods has resulted in disregard of what is actually worth preserving.

Farida Khan

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