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A close brush with art

chandigarh Updated: Apr 02, 2014 10:47 IST
Nanki Singh
Nanki Singh
Hindustan Times
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The Art Lounge, a physical art gallery venture of IndianArtCollectors.com is featuring four of India’s well-known artists — Chaitali Mukherjee from Kolkata, Mukesh Salvi from Rajasthan, NP Razeshwarr from Hyderabad and Prakash K from Maharashtra.

Chaitali Mukherjee is a Kolkata-based artist whose versatility is seen in the way she blends a mundane medium to speak expressively on a subject. Her vibrant colors and lively paintings constantly keep a hearty dialogue with the connoisseurs.

Talented artist Prakash K’s artistic brushwork executes both the rhythm and lyric of sound and emotions with finesse. The composition is simple, yet appealing; the colors are subtle, yet denote a brightness of expression.

Artist NP Razeshwarr has to his credit several series of paintings detailing various themes drawn on tradition. He uses acrylic on canvas to paint his subjects and takes a severe liking to the portraits of Radha and Krishna and love shared by the divine.

Mukesh Salvi is an artist whose creations are both unique and original in terms of ideation and execution. Patterns in a hazy background with humans resembling puppets make an appearance in his works. His artworks bring forth deep feelings, which are depicted using surreal figures in various postures.

NP Razeshwarr gave a live demo in front of the guests. He painted a unique piece in presence of the audience showcasing his signature style, which captivated everybody’s attention.

IndianArtCollectors is an online portal for selling art that showcases more than 5,000 artworks and has around 400 registered artists from all over India.

(The exhibition is on till April 4 at IAC, Sector 34).