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Symmetrical segue of experience in art

 MPost |  2016-05-04 20:32:17.0  |  New Delhi

Symmetrical segue of experience in art

To showcase the best of art works, Amrish Malvankar is going to present his collection at Lalit Kala Akademi in the national Capital. 

The exhibition which begins on May 4, will put together his experience on display. His keen eye for detailing has come forth due to his architecture background. His paintings are a natural extension to his creativity, which has now spilled on to the canvas. 

Having a natural inclination towards the fine arts, he used colours across various mediums. The unusual mix of colour and medium is visible in his paintings.He tends to experiment with water colours, ink, oil paints, sketching and acrylic. All are a part of the extensive palette of expressions. 

He has been painting on large canvases for eight years and is now showcasing selected art works at the exhibition. Amrish says, “Each painting connects through one’s own personal reflections. The idea is to enjoy the pure visual beauty of different shades of colours and combinations. I want people to immerse in the visual treat that is put together with different mix of colours that reflect and celebrate different shades of life.” 

The collection according to Amrish is the simplest form of art that can be enjoyed by everyone. He adds, “A painting doesn’t have to be complicated and difficult for you to be able to appreciate it. It should add to the beauty and aesthetic value of your house and should be pleasing to your senses. My paintings offer that one dramatic touch to your home. You need to just enjoy the elements and colours without having to overtly complicate it.”

 This collection is a fusion of ideas and colors on large canvases that depict the beauty in randomness. Patterns that merge and de-merge together to form structures.



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