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Lomror Kana

Gurgaon, India 3 Followers

About Artist

Truly taking the enduring work of enameling to an art form, Kana’s works are subtle, fluid, mystical and otherworldly. Kana Lomror completed his BFA in Painting from Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Rajasthan, Jaip...

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Truly taking the enduring work of enameling to an art form, Kana’s works are subtle, fluid, mystical and otherworldly. Kana Lomror completed his BFA in Painting from Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur in 1998 and MFA in Painting from Kala-Bhavan, Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan, in 2001. In 1999 he completed Fresco Training in Rajasthan. He has participated in almost 40 national and international exhibitions since 2002 and has also conducted over 15 workshops in Delhi, Mumbai, Dehradun and Jaipur. He participated in the International Symposium held at Russia and Hungary in 2002, 2010 and 2015. In 1997 he was awarded with the State Award by Rajasthan Lalit Kala Akademi in Jaipur and All India Award by Bank of Punjab in Chandigarh. His works are in collections not only in India but in Hungary and Germany as well. He lives and works in Mumbai.

“Vitreous Enamel on metal is a very challenging but simultaneously very exciting and satisfying medium to express my imaginations and ideas. In most of my works I drew with copper wire to refine the images instead of drawing with pen, pencil or colours. It gives me much more pleasure and satisfaction to draw with wire than in other mediums. It is new direction of presenting vitreous enamel with canvas.”

“The images I have drawn are based on spiritual theme. It connects the reality with spirituality. It is the way through that we try to connect to the spiritual world. The pigments I used have more depth to enter and see the inner surface. It has symbolic meaning sometimes. I would like the viewer to not only see my work but to see beneath and beyond the surface, to feel the intuitive magical process by which the final form assume meaning.”




Summary of Vitreous Enamel on Metal – World Art Community
Vitreous Enamel is a special kind of glass/frit, which is strong and everlasting. When this glass is fired in a pre-heated electric kiln at 800° to 850° C it melts and gets fused onto the metal base. The chemical composition in vitreous enamel is silica, potash and metallic oxides. Different metallic oxides create different colours in enamel. The metal used in this process in copper and mild steel. Enamel is fully weatherproof, climate resistant and best suitable everlasting medium for interior and exterior projects. It has limitless possibilities to explore in many directions.

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  • About Artist

    Truly taking the enduring work of enameling to an art form, Kana’s works are subtle, fluid, mystical and otherworldly. Kana Lomror completed his BFA in Painting from Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur in 1998 and MFA in Painting from Kala-Bhavan, Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan, in 2001. In 1999 he completed Fresco Training in Rajasthan. He has participated in almost 40 national and international exhibitions since 2002 and has also conducted over 15 workshops in Delhi, Mumbai, Dehradun and Jaipur. He participated in the International Symposium held at Russia and Hungary in 2002, 2010 and 2015. In 1997 he was awarded with the State Award by Rajasthan Lalit Kala Akademi in Jaipur and All India Award by Bank of Punjab in Chandigarh. His works are in collections not only in India but in Hungary and Germany as well. He lives and works in Mumbai.

    “Vitreous Enamel on metal is a very challenging but simultaneously very exciting and satisfying medium to express my imaginations and ideas. In most of my works I drew with copper wire to refine the images instead of drawing with pen, pencil or colours. It gives me much more pleasure and satisfaction to draw with wire than in other mediums. It is new direction of presenting vitreous enamel with canvas.”

    “The images I have drawn are based on spiritual theme. It connects the reality with spirituality. It is the way through that we try to connect to the spiritual world. The pigments I used have more depth to enter and see the inner surface. It has symbolic meaning sometimes. I would like the viewer to not only see my work but to see beneath and beyond the surface, to feel the intuitive magical process by which the final form assume meaning.”




    Summary of Vitreous Enamel on Metal – World Art Community
    Vitreous Enamel is a special kind of glass/frit, which is strong and everlasting. When this glass is fired in a pre-heated electric kiln at 800° to 850° C it melts and gets fused onto the metal base. The chemical composition in vitreous enamel is silica, potash and metallic oxides. Different metallic oxides create different colours in enamel. The metal used in this process in copper and mild steel. Enamel is fully weatherproof, climate resistant and best suitable everlasting medium for interior and exterior projects. It has limitless possibilities to explore in many directions.

  • Academics

    2001 : Master in Fine Arts in Painting with first class from Kala-Bhavan, Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan, (W.B.).

    1998 : Bachelor in Fine Arts in Painting with first class from Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.

    Related Experiences
    Participated in the International Symposium, The International Studio of Enamel Art, Kecskemet, Hungary, June to August 2002, 2010 and 2015.

    Participated in the International Symposium, in Vladikavkaz, Russia by the "Art Caucasus" with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation.

    Fresco Training, Banasthali Vidyapith, Banasthali (Raj.), May – June 1999.


  • Exhibitions

    2014 : Solo Show at Samanvai Art Gallery, Jaipur
    2014 : Upvan Arts Festival, Thane
    2013 : India Art Festival, Nehru Center, Worli Mumbai
    2013 : Solo Show at AKS Art Gallery, Andheri, Mumbai
    2011 : Solo Shows at Pradarshak Art Gallery, Mumbai,
    2009 : Solo Shows at Pradarshak and Kohinoor Art Galleries, Mumbai,
    Three men show at Experimental Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
    2008 : Two men show at the Bajaj Art Gallery, Mumbai.
    2005 : Two men show at The Attic Art Gallery, New Delhi.
    2004 : “Journey of Lovers” a solo exhibition at the Samanvai Art Gallery, Jaipur

    Group shows

    2017 : Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
    2016 : Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
    2015 : Karma Art Gallery, ahmedabad
    2014 : Alliance Francise Art Gallery, New Delhi
    2013 : Alliance Francise Art Gallery, New Delhi
    2012 : Arpana Caur Art Gallery, New Delhi
    2012 : Tao Art Gallery, Worli, Mumbai
    2011 : Capturing 100 years of Delhi in colors, a group show at Surajkund, Delhi
    2011 : Viewing Room Art Gallery, Colaba, Mumbai
    2011 : Museum Art Gallery, Kala Ghoda, Mumbai
    2010 : Alliance Francaise De Gallery, New Delhi
    2009 : “Spectrum” a group show at D D Neroy Gallery, Mumbai
    2008 : The Enamelist Society, New Delhi, Group show at Asha’s Art Gallery, New Delhi.
    2008 : Group show at DD Neroy Art Gallery, Mumbai.
    2007 : The Enamelist Society, New Delhi
    2006 : Form Function Fantasy at Visual Art Gallery, India Habitat Center, New
    Delhi organized by Gallery Ganesha.
    2004, 05 : Apparao Galleries, Chennai.
    2003, 05 : Treveni Art Gallery, New Delhi sponsored by Apparao Galleries, Chennai.
    2002 : Fresco Gallery, Ravindra Bhavan, New Delhi.
    2000 : Alternative Art Gallery, Calcutta.

    Major Participation

    2018 : ‘Expo CKI Italia’ An International Enamel Art Exhibition in PoteSan Pietro, Bargamo, Italy
    2018 : International Art Exhibition, Kecskemet, Hungary by the NZA of Hungary
    2016 : "Impossible Art" A project carried out by 45 artists from 8 countries- Exhibition at Hall "Tushino" in June 2016, Museum
    "Overcoming" on Tverskaya, Moscow in September, Kaluzhsky Art Museum in October, TSVZ "Manege" in December 2016
    2015 : International Art Exhibition, Vladikavkaz, Ossetia, Russia by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation.
    2015 : International Art Exhibition, Kecskemet, Hungary by the NZA of Hungary
    2013 : United Art Fair, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. (Sep.14th - 17th)
    2011 : “Alchemy” An International Enamel Exhibition by the Enamelist Society (USA) 2011-2012.
    2010 : International Enamel Exhibition, Kecskemet, Hungary.
    2009 : “Urban Angst” a two men show at the Experimental Art Gallery, IHC, New Delhi
    2008 : “Miniature format” at Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi organized by Siddhartha Art Group, New Delhi.
    2008 : 116th Annual Exhibition Bombay Art Society at Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai.
    2004 : 2nd International Enamel Triennial of Budafok, Budapest, Hungary.
    2004 : 1st Juried Enamel Art Exhibition at Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery, Mumbai organized by the Enamelist Society, India.
    2004 : 46th National Exhibition of Art organized by Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi at Durbar Hall Art Center, Kochi (Kerala)
    2002 : Creative-Kreis-International, Deidesheim, Germany
    : 28th Annual Exhibition, the International Studio of Enamel Art, Kecskemet, Hungary.

  • Award & Recognition

    2018 : Award in International Enamel Symposium, Kecskemet, Hungary
    1997 : State Award, Rajasthan Lalit Kala Akademi, Jaipur.
    1997 : All India Award, Bank of Punjab, Chandigarh.


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