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Deepak Madhukar Sonar

Pune, India 12 Followers

About Artist

My present works are based on MY INNER SPACE, which I am experiencing while meditation, process of searching within. We spend too much of our time listening to our own inner chatter, and that by learning to quiet the ...

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My present works are based on MY INNER SPACE, which I am experiencing while meditation, process of searching within. We spend too much of our time listening to our own inner chatter, and that by learning to quiet the mind, and make some positive adjustments to our lifestyle, we will tap into a more balanced consciousness.


[Video - Indian Artist Deepak Sonar: The Background Takes Centre Stage]

I had got a government job in which I was required to do still animation but I wasn’t quite enjoying it, so I decided to resign and become a full time artist. After leaving the job, the paintings I started doing were figurative. I thought there must be some progress in my work and gradually figures in my painting started vanishing and the background became foreground. Whatever I do is called abstraction but you get the feel of a landscape in it. I had a small wiper in my house, which I started my paintings with but I now use a bigger one with the help of which my paintings become softer. It becomes difficult to soften the acrylic because acrylic is usually dry and hence I use this, which helps me in my paintings. I do my paintings in layers and so they have around 25-30 layers. Any painting is complete only when the painter is satisfied with it.


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  • BIODATA

  • About Artist

    My present works are based on MY INNER SPACE, which I am experiencing while meditation, process of searching within. We spend too much of our time listening to our own inner chatter, and that by learning to quiet the mind, and make some positive adjustments to our lifestyle, we will tap into a more balanced consciousness.


    [Video - Indian Artist Deepak Sonar: The Background Takes Centre Stage]

    I had got a government job in which I was required to do still animation but I wasn’t quite enjoying it, so I decided to resign and become a full time artist. After leaving the job, the paintings I started doing were figurative. I thought there must be some progress in my work and gradually figures in my painting started vanishing and the background became foreground. Whatever I do is called abstraction but you get the feel of a landscape in it. I had a small wiper in my house, which I started my paintings with but I now use a bigger one with the help of which my paintings become softer. It becomes difficult to soften the acrylic because acrylic is usually dry and hence I use this, which helps me in my paintings. I do my paintings in layers and so they have around 25-30 layers. Any painting is complete only when the painter is satisfied with it.


    Indian Artist Deepak Sonar: The Background Takes Centre Stage

    I had got a government job in which I was required to do still animation but I wasn’t quite enjoying it, so I decided to resign and become a full time artist. After leaving the job, the paintings I started doing were figurative. I thought there must be some progress in my work and gradually figures in my painting started vanishing and the background became foreground. Whatever I do is called abstraction but you get the feel of a landscape in it.I had a small wiper in my house which I started my paintings with but I now use a bigger one with the help of which my paintings become softer. It becomes difficult to soften the acrylic because acrylic is usually dry and hence I use this which helps me in my paintings. I do my paintings in layers and so they have around 25-30 layers. Any painting is complete only when the painter is satisfied with it.

  • Academics

    G.D .Art. A.K.Mahavidyalaya, Tilak Road, Pune

    Dip. In Art Education, Sir J.J. School Of Art


  • Exhibitions

    SOLO SHOWS GALLERY LEELA, MUMBAI-1997

    H S B C BANK PUNE, 2005

    LOHEGAON AIR PORT, PUNE 2005

    INDIA ART GALLERY , PUNE 2006

    KALAHITA ART FOUNDATION, HYDERABAD

    -2007

    NEHRU CENTER MUMBAI- 2008

    JEHANGIR ART GALLERY MUMBAI,-2010,2015

    GALLERY ART ALTERNATIVE, GURGAON -2010

    PRAKRIT ART GALLERY, CHENNAI -2010

    PRAKRIT ART GALLERY, CHENNAI -2012



    GROUP SHOWS BALGANDHARVA KALA DALAN -1985

    TO 2009 [TOTAL 25 SHOWS]

    CHAVAN CENTER,MUMBAI -1993,1998,

    KALA PARISHAD,BHOPAL-1995,

    BIRLA ACADEMY, MUMBAI -1997,

    GIVE & TAKE, GALLERY ARTIMEDIAIR,

    THE HAGUE, HOLLAND-1998,

    JEHANGIR ART GALLERY -1998, 2004,

    SANKARADEVA KALAKSHETRA GUWAHATI -

    2000,

    RABINDRA BHAVAN, NEW.DELHI-2001, JAN.2006

    MUSEUM ART GALLERY MUMBAI-2004

    STATE ART GALLERY, HYDERABAD, 2007,

    ALANKRITHA ART GALLERY HYDERABAD, 2009,

    ICON ART GALLERY, HYDERABAD, 2009,

    PRAKRIT ART GALLERY, CHENNAI, 2009

    TRAVELLING SHOW 2015 (RANGAYAN ART GALLERY, NEHRU ART

    GALLERY, MONALISA ART GALLERY, BALGANDHARVA KALADALAN)

    JOINT SHOW BHARAT BHAVAN GALLERY BHOPAL 2007

    CURATED SHOWS "DIFFERENT STROKES" ARTIST FROM

    BHARAT BHAVAN AT PUNE-1998,

    "HARMONY-ARTIST FROM PUNE 1999"

    PANEGYRIC ENCOMIUM TO TRIBAL ART

    PEMA FATYA PITHORA PAINTER FROM

    JHABUA M.P.

    TRIBUTE TO LATE JANGARH SINGH SHYAM

    PUNE, 2005.

    FRIENDS OF VISUAL ART ,AT
    BALGANDHARVA PUNE, 2008,

    FORM WITHIN FORM, BALGANDHARVA KALA

    DALAN, PUNE , MARCH 2009,

    “FLASH 2012” AT ARK ART GALLERY

    KOREGAON PARK ,PUNE 411001

    “ DUAT” EXHIBITION OF ACADEMIC WORKS

    BY RAJESH & PRAFULL SAWANT AT ARK

    ART GALLERY,K.P. PUNE ,DEC.2012

    MYTHOLOGICAL PAINTING BY

    SADANANDAN AT ARK ART GALLERY,

    KOREGAON PARK ,PUNE DEC.2012


    PARTICIPATION NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF ART,

    NEW DELHI-1992,1994,1998,2000,2007

    BHARAT BHAVAN,BHOPAL.1994,95


  • Award & Recognition



    NASIK KALA NIKETAN- 1985,1987,

    STATE ART EXHIBITION-1987,1991,2003

    ART SOCIETY OF INDIA - 1988,

    OAK ART COMPETITION -1988,

    CAMLIN FOUNDATION ART COMPETITION 2005

    “KALA PUSHPA” G.R. VADANGEKAR AWARD

    SANGLI,2006

    BOMBAY ART SOCIETY 2006,

    CAMLIN ART FOUNDATION EURO TOUR 2006

  • Testimonial

    My association with Mojarto has been very old. It is one of the leading online art galleries in India. I am proud about my association with Mojarto. The team has always been extremely polite and highly supportive. I would like to continue working with your gallery. I wish you great success.

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