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Ram Thorat

Pune, India 2 Followers

About Artist

Ram Thorat was formerly educated in Fine Art at Pant Jambhalikar`s Modern Art School, Sangli. An accomplished art director and illustrator with some of the biggest names in the business, he finally parted ways with...

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Ram Thorat was formerly educated in Fine Art at Pant Jambhalikar`s Modern Art School, Sangli.

An accomplished art director and illustrator with some of the biggest names in the business, he finally parted ways with his passion of many years and yielded to his first love; of colour and canvas.

He is of the opinion that his work today is a by-product of years of nurturing his inner self in the shadows of masters. The transmutation of lead to gold by the philosopher's stone is the kind of analogy he would give to his journey as a painter; from one who is enamoured by masters, to one who is able to create some of his own.

A disciple of Mr. Pant Jambhalikar, he is deeply influenced by the work of Mr. Thota Vaikuntham, Mr. Kalyan Shete and many friends who are way too many to name here. He does not attribute his work as inspired by any other than life in itself, its unpredictable ebbs and tides and the vagaries of its scope.

'Live and let live' is the very essence that embodies every constituent facet of nature. Gautam Buddha, selflessly extolled these virtues by bringing them to the grasp and understanding of the common man. This brings out a sort of 'attainable purity' to the notation that underlies the scope and expanse of all his teachings.

It is these teachings that Ram has sought to bring forth in his depiction of Gautama Buddha and other works that begin in the depths of Indian spirituality.

Ram urges you not to be influenced by what you see simply based on the western glorification of eastern cultures. He would rather, that you see this as an expression of his own being that attempts to portray a phenomenon that defies representation, surpasses all praise and only warrants understanding.

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6 Artworks for sale

3 Sold Artworks

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  • BIODATA

  • About Artist

    Ram Thorat was formerly educated in Fine Art at Pant Jambhalikar`s Modern Art School, Sangli.

    An accomplished art director and illustrator with some of the biggest names in the business, he finally parted ways with his passion of many years and yielded to his first love; of colour and canvas.

    He is of the opinion that his work today is a by-product of years of nurturing his inner self in the shadows of masters. The transmutation of lead to gold by the philosopher's stone is the kind of analogy he would give to his journey as a painter; from one who is enamoured by masters, to one who is able to create some of his own.

    A disciple of Mr. Pant Jambhalikar, he is deeply influenced by the work of Mr. Thota Vaikuntham, Mr. Kalyan Shete and many friends who are way too many to name here. He does not attribute his work as inspired by any other than life in itself, its unpredictable ebbs and tides and the vagaries of its scope.

    'Live and let live' is the very essence that embodies every constituent facet of nature. Gautam Buddha, selflessly extolled these virtues by bringing them to the grasp and understanding of the common man. This brings out a sort of 'attainable purity' to the notation that underlies the scope and expanse of all his teachings.

    It is these teachings that Ram has sought to bring forth in his depiction of Gautama Buddha and other works that begin in the depths of Indian spirituality.

    Ram urges you not to be influenced by what you see simply based on the western glorification of eastern cultures. He would rather, that you see this as an expression of his own being that attempts to portray a phenomenon that defies representation, surpasses all praise and only warrants understanding.

  • Academics

    Fine Art at Pant Jambhalikar`s Modern Art School, Sangli.

  • Exhibitions

    GROUP EXHIBITIONS



    2014 : Group Show Lila Art Gallery, Kolkata

    2013 : Group Show Trident Art Artwalk, Mumbai

    : Group Show at Zyna Art Gallery, Gurgaon-Delhi

    : Group Show at Palladian Lounge Kolkata

    : Art Today groupshow Pune

    2012 : Group show Art today Pune

    : G21 Group show at coomarswami Mumbai

    2011 : International Group Show Blue Art Gallery, Chattarpur, New Delhi

    : Sixth Sense Group show by Art today Pune

    : Group Show, Jehangir Art Gallery, 10 th to16 October

    : Group Exhibition,Museum Art Gallery

    2010 : Group Show India International Art Fair, Pragati Maidan Delhi

    : Love & Peace Group Show, PL Deshapande Art Gallery

    : Group show DD Neroy Gallery, Mumbai

    : Group Show Elements Art Gallery, Delhi

    : Group Show Art Point Art Gallery Mumbai.

    : Group Show Museum Art Gallery, Mumbai.

    2009 : Salutations-26/11, D D Neroy gallery Group Show

    : Poona Women's Council Art Show, Balgandharva Kala Dalan, Pune.

    : Desh Art Art Gallery 2nd anniversary Group Exhibition Mumbai

    2008 : Exhibition at Nehru Centre, air condition art gallery Mumbai. Oct.

    : D. D. Neroy Art Gallery Group Exhibition Mumbai

    : Group Exhibition at Museum Art Gallery Mumbai

    : Group Exhibition at Art Vasti Art Gallery Opening Show Mumbai

    : Group Exhibition at Art Sai Bijox Art Gallery

    : Group Exhibition at Desh Art Gallery Mumbai

    2007 : Group Exhibition at Desh Art Gallery Mumbai

    2006 : Nisarg Raja Group Exhibition at Art Today Pune

    2005 : Nisarg Raja Group Exhibition at Bal Gandharva Kala Dalan Pune.




    SOLO EXHIBITIONS

    2007 : Solo Exhibition : Suchitra art Gallery Bandra Mumbai



    PARTICIPATIONS



    2014 : Participated in Lokmanya Tilak (Oak Foundation) Exhibition Pune

    2012 : Participation- India art festival, MMRDA bandra mumbai.

    2009 : Participation in Surabhi Nag Art Festival

    2009 : Participation in `Chatak

    2009 : Participation in Lokmanya Tilak

    2005 : Participated in Lokmanya Tilak (Oak Foundation) Exhibition Pune

  • Testimonial

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