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Amarnath Sharma

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About Artist

Amarnath Sharma originally hails from Bokaro, Bihar. The artist’s perception of city life and his reaction to the situations come through his visuals and his paintings.'How much can you walk', 'Violence and Tea','Alti...

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Amarnath Sharma originally hails from Bokaro, Bihar. The artist’s perception of city life and his reaction to the situations come through his visuals and his paintings.'How much can you walk', 'Violence and Tea','Altitude the destination’, titles of the artist’s works which are an indication of his concerns. People, an integral part of the city, dominate his pictorial space, and each work is executed after much deliberation and thought towards subject matter as well as space definition.

Sharma uses solid forms and defined patterns to achieve a balance in his works. The sombre colors and visuals create an identity that every city goer can easily apprehend. Each one being a comment on the society in which we thrive and the life we choose to live.

Having also worked with graphics and clay, the artist prefers painting as his forte. Most of his works are done in acrylic colors. Sharma's passion for his art also extends to another dimension: teaching children. And from the children he guides, comes the inspiration of a fresh new perspective of the world we live in.

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  • About Artist

    Amarnath Sharma originally hails from Bokaro, Bihar. The artist’s perception of city life and his reaction to the situations come through his visuals and his paintings.'How much can you walk', 'Violence and Tea','Altitude the destination’, titles of the artist’s works which are an indication of his concerns. People, an integral part of the city, dominate his pictorial space, and each work is executed after much deliberation and thought towards subject matter as well as space definition.

    Sharma uses solid forms and defined patterns to achieve a balance in his works. The sombre colors and visuals create an identity that every city goer can easily apprehend. Each one being a comment on the society in which we thrive and the life we choose to live.

    Having also worked with graphics and clay, the artist prefers painting as his forte. Most of his works are done in acrylic colors. Sharma's passion for his art also extends to another dimension: teaching children. And from the children he guides, comes the inspiration of a fresh new perspective of the world we live in.

  • Academics

    M.F.A & B.F.A in painting from M.S. University

    B.F.A in painting from Patna College of Art

  • Exhibitions

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    2006 EVAM, Tao Art Gallery, Bombay

    2006 Is My Love Like a Red, Red Rose ? Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda

    2006, 05, 04 Feb Group Show, ABS Bayer Gallery, Baroda

    2006 Annual Show, Birla Academy, Calcutta

    2006 Merging Culture, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda

    2005 Group show, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda

    2005 Detour, Galeria 88, Bombay

    2005 Palette Art Gallery, New Delhi

    2004 Looking back, Looking forward, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda

    2004 Harmony Show, Tribute to Art

    2004 Garden of Roses, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda

    2004 A New Mediatic Realism” presented by Uttarayan at Bayer ABS Gallery, Baroda

    2003 Portrait Show, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda



    GROUP EXHIBITIONS

    2007 “Young Guns”, ICIA House, Mumbai

    “The Himalaya Odyssey”, Travancore Palace Art Gallery, New Delhi

    “Art on the Wing”, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda

    “Annual Show”, Birla Academy, Kolkata

    2006, 04 Feb Group Show, ABS Bayer Gallery, Baroda

    2005 Group show, Sarjan Art Gallery. Baroda

    Looking Back, Looking Forward, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda

    2003 Portrait Show, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda

    A Positive Vision Contemporary of Roses (Kalatmak), Sarjan Art Gallery

    Baroda Figurative Non-Figurative Narration, Art Auction by Osian, Mumbai

    2002 Voices against Violence, Fine Arts Faculty, Baroda




    2000 - Group show Fine Arts Faculty, Baroda.

    2002 - Group show at San - Et - Lumiere Art Gallery, Mumbai.

    2002 - "Voices against Violence ", Fine Arts Faculty, Baroda.

    2003 - "Portrait Show" at Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2003 - "Feb Group Show", Fine Arts Faculty, Baroda.

    2003 - "Figurative Non Figurative Narration" Art auction by OSIAN, Neville Tuli Mumbai.

    2004 - 'Urban Confluence', Apparao Galleries, New Delhi.

    2004 - 'Group-Ungroup', curated by Rahul Mukherjee, Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi.

    2004 - "Feb Group Show" at ABS Gallery, Baroda.

    2004 - "Looking back, Looking forward" at Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2004 - "Harmony Show" Tribute to Art, Mumbai.

    2004 - "Group Show" at Priyashri Art Gallery", Mumbai.

    2004 - "Group Show" Garden of Roses (Kalatmak) at Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2004 - "A New Mediatic Realism" curated by Nancy Adjania, Bayer ABS Gallery, Baroda.

    2004 - "Transgrass", Priyashri art gallery, Bombay.

    2005 - Group show, Sarjan Art Gallery. Baroda.

    2005 - "Feb Group Show" ABS Bayer Gallery, Baroda.

    2005 - "Detour" Galeria 88, Bombay.

    2005 - "In-cinque" Palette Art Gallery, New Delhi.

    2006 - "Feb Group Show" ABS Bayer Gallery, Baroda.

    2006 - "Annual Show", Birla Academy, Calcutta.

    2006 - “Bird on Wire”, The Arts Trust, Bombay.

    2006 - "Camp Jaspur 05", Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2006 - "Merging Culture", Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2006 - "EVAM", Tao Art Gallery, Bombay.

    2006 - "Is My Love Like a Red, Red Rose?”, curated by Sandya Bordewekar Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2007 - "Annual Show", Birla Academy, Calcutta.

    2007 - “Art on the Wing”, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2007 - 12th Harmony Show, Nehru Centre, Mumbai.

    2007-“Coming Together”, presented by Creative Urge, Baroda.

    2007 - “The Himalaya Odyssey”, Travancore Palace Art Gallery, New Delhi.

    2007 - “Young Guns”, ICIA House, Mumbai.

    2007 - “Similarities”, curated by Anupa Mehta, Lansdowne Gallery, Mumbai.

    2008 - “The Aura Art Show”, Nehru Center, Mumbai.

    2008 - “Miliennium Turks – enviagaging contemporary India” curated by Bhavna Kakar, Trident Hilton, New Delhi.

    2008 - “Trends & Trivia - an Indian story” by Art Konsult & Mon Art Gallerie at Visual Art Center, Hong Kong.

    2008 - “Art auction” by OSIAN, Neville Tuli, Delhi.

    2008 - “Annual Show”, Red Earth Art Gallery Pvt., Museum Gallery, Mumbai.

    2008 - “Freshly Squeezed”, curated by Sangeeta Singh, Suchitrra Art Gallery, Bombay.

    2008 - “Modern & Contemporary Indian Art”, Asta Guru Auction, Mumbai.

    2008 – “Water Colour” curated by Jayram Podwal, Hydrabad.

    2008 – “Baroda – A Tale of Two Cities” curated by Sumati Gangopadhyay, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2009 – “Cutting Chai”, curated by Sandya Bordewekar, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2009 – “One hundred thousand + Fifty Thousand”, Bank on Art, New Delhi.

    2010 – Water colour for V-care at, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2011 – “Divine Stroke”, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2012 - Diverse Palette, Fine Arts Faculty, Baroda.

    2012 – Hub - 5, Fine Arts Faculty, Baroda.

    2012 – Assembled, Priyasri Studio, Baroda and traveled to Mumbai at Priyasri Art Gallery.

    2012 – United art Fair, New Delhi.

    2013 – Shimeesha Art Show, Fine Arts Faculty, Baroda.

    2013 – “100 years of cinema”, curated by Kruti Mukherjee, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2014 – Annual Show of Shimeesha, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2014 – Water colour Show, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2014 – “Vision of Sardar Patel and Unity” curated by Kruti Mukherjee, Sarjan Art Gallery, Baroda.

    2014 – HUB – 7, Fine Arts Faculty, Baroda.

    2014 – Group Show at Calcutta organized by Debashish Dutta.


    Camps / Workshops:

    2000 - Participated in "Reliance World Painting" arranged by Visual Artist Group at Ahmedabad.

    2000 - Landscape camp by Camlin Company at Rangpur.

    2003 - Workshop of Print Making 'Chhapp' at Baroda.

    2004 - Artist Camps By Uttarayan, Rakesh Agrawal, Baroda.

    2005 - Artist Camp by Tata Company & Galeria 88, Jamshedpur.

    2005 - Artist Camp by Alekhyan Baroda.

    2006 - R.P.G. Artist Camp by Vickram Sethi & Harsh Goyenka, Mumbai.

    2007 - Artist Camp by ‘Creative Urge’, Baroda.

    2007 - Artist Camp “LAKSHYA – 2007 by ‘Art Home’ at Bhimtal/Jim Corbett.

    2007 - Artist Camp “Himalaya Velly” by ‘Art Home’ at Uttranchal.

    2007 - Artist Camp by ‘Creative Urge’ at Turkey.

    2007 - Artist Camp by ‘Art Home’ at Thailand/Singapore.

    2008 - Artist Camp by ‘Alekhyan’, Baroda.

    2008 - Artist Camp by ‘Creative Urge’ at Russia.

    2009 - Artist Camp by ‘Art Home’ at Bhuj curated by Jonhy M. L.

    2013 - Artist Camp at Bhuvneshram.



  • Award & Recognition

    2000 Nasreen Mohmadini Award for Painting, Baroda

    1995 Good Performance Award from Patna College of Arts; The Budh Bihar Society

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